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Bagnaia credits ‘incredible start’ en route to second MotoGP victory

Francesco Bagnaia survived a late charge from championship leader Fabio Quartararo to make it consecutive MotoGP wins.  Crash MotoGP Podcast - Click here to listen to Keith Huewen, Harry Benjamin and our own Pete McLaren talk MotoGP Bagnaia seemed to be on course for an utterly dominant win after leading by three seconds at the mid-race point.  But while the Italian did lead every lap of the race in the end, it was far from comfortable during the final ten laps.  Bagnaia’s soft rear tyre began marking up quite considerably on the left side as opposed to  Quartararo’s medium rear which held it’s grip much better throughout.  Related Articles Second at Misano ‘my best’ result...
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