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Bagnaia: Valencia win ‘the best way to celebrate Vale, this was a great day’

Francesco Bagnaia makes history along with Jorge Martin and Jack Miller as all three riders help secure the first ever all-Ducati MotoGP podium. Bagnaia, who started the race from second, initially lost places to team-mate Miller and Suzuki’s Joan Mir. However, the Italian quickly responded on laps three and five to get back ahead, before hunting down Martin for the lead.  Although Bagnaia was visibly quicker in sectors one and four, the Italian had to wait until after mid-race distance before eventually getting past the new rookie of the year. Related Articles Valencia: Final 2021 MotoGP World Championship standings Bagnaia wins the final MotoGP race of the year, Rossi ends his career...
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