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Bagnaia: Incredible, Ducati improving on perfection with GP22

MotoGP title runner-up Francesco Bagnaia couldn't hide his delight after trying the latest Ducati updates to a bike he already considers to be 'perfect'. The Italian spend much of the final day at the Jerez test 0.8s clear of the field. A late push by the likes of new world champion Fabio Quartararo (Yamaha), Alex Rins (Suzuki) and Pol Espargaro (Honda) slightly reduced chipped his advantage, but Bagnaia still finished the official 2021 track action half-a-second ahead of Quartararo. "I'm happy," said Bagnaia, winner of four of the final six races this season. "Still we have more work to do, but I'm feeling great. "I said that the old bike [GP21] was already perfect and...
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