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Bagnaia ‘took a lot of risk’ for COTA pole position, credits FP4 breakthrough

For the third time in a row, MotoGP’ most in-form rider Francesco Bagnaia managed to secure pole position thanks to an incredible final lap at COTA.  Crash MotoGP Podcast - Click here to listen to Keith Huewen, Harry Benjamin and our own Pete McLaren talk MotoGP The Italian rider initially went four tenths quicker than Marc Marquez’ best time, before title rival Fabio Quartararo reduced that gap to +0.348s. Bagnaia, who has made a habit of producing such a lap when it matters most, needed to do so as he was off the provisional front row at the time of setting his best lap - was also the case in Aragon and Misano. And while pure performance hasn't come quite as easily for Bagnaia...
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