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Andrea Dovizioso: It's not instinctive, I have to study

A few days after finishing the MotoGP season on the 2019-spec Petronas Yamaha, Andrea Dovizioso jumped forwards to the 2022 prototype during testing at Jerez. The Italian, who improved from 21st to 12th place over the course of his five end-of-season appearances, cut half-a-second from his best lap time over the test to finish 15th on the combined timesheets. Dovizioso was 1.157s from leader Francesco Bagnaia, who took over his factory Ducati seat this season, and 0.7s behind the fastest time by Yamaha's newly crowned world champion Fabio Quartararo. "On the braking is the biggest change," Dovizioso said, comparing the 2019 and 2022 spec M1s. "You are able to brake harder...
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