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Maiden MotoGP win in Aragon ‘a dream come true’ for Bagnaia

Francesco Bagnaia claimed a first ever MotoGP win after a stunning final three laps which saw he and Marc Marquez exchange the lead 14 times. Crash MotoGP Podcast - Click here to listen to Keith Huewen, Harry Benjamin and our own Pete McLaren talk MotoGP Bagnaia led the entirety of the race until that point, but faced a late charge from Marquez who was searching for a sixth premier class win at Aragon.  But like we saw many times between Marquez and former Ducati rider Andrea Dovizioso, Bagnaia was able to better the Honda rider thanks to several stunning counter moves on the exit of corners.  The last of Marquez’s attempts came at turn 12 as he ran wide which allowed Bagnaia to regain...
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