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Jorge Martin: Ready to make good things happen in 2022

Rookie Jorge Martin made history last season as the first satellite Ducati rider to win a MotoGP race. Along the way, the young Spaniard also became known for one of the most extreme riding styles in the premier-class, hanging far from his Pramac Ducati at angles of over 60-degrees. The official MotoGP lean record stands at 70-degrees, by Marc Marquez, but that was while saving a front-end fall at the 2019 Australian Grand Prix. In Martin's case the extreme lean, which sometimes sees his shoulder skimming the asphalt, is a deliberate part of his technique. Related Articles Yamaha: 'One up - three down, Vinales crisis, weird year' Steady Dakar Stage 7 for sore Danilo Petrucci, lead change...
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