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Earlier Aragon date means Bagnaia, Miller optimistic

The factory Ducati team struggled to a best of seventh and tenth amid cool conditions at last year's Aragon MotoGP races. Crash MotoGP Podcast - Click here to listen to Keith Huewen, Harry Benjamin and our own Pete McLaren talk MotoGP However, with this year's event reverting to its usual September date, temperatures should be around 8-10 degrees warmer. Jack Miller was part of a double Ducati podium, alongside Andrea Dovizioso, in such conditions in 2019 and the current factory rider hopes the warmer weather can again heat up his Aragon form. "I'm excited to be back racing at MotorLand Aragón," Miller said. "Last year, unfortunately, we didn't have two easy weekends at...
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