After the crisis-chasing success of Jerez Francesco Bagnaia he plunged back into the tunnel at Le Mans, where a triumphal weekend turned into another painful zero when he slipped in an attempt to respond to an irresistible Enea Bastianini. The official Ducati rider in the Rider standings pays 46 points behind the leader Fabio Quartararo, 38 from Bastianini who, with three victories in the first seven races, is the best rider of the Borgo Panigale house ahead of all the officials.
A year ago at Mugello Francesco Bagnaia still had to unlock his MotoGP victories and the home appointment was not propitious. The rider who grew up in the VR46 riders academy crashed during the second lap when he was leading the race, opening the doors to success for Fabio Quartararo, in a weekend that unfortunately will be remembered for the tragedy of Jason Dupasquierwhich took place the day before during Moto3 Qualifying.
The Piedmontese driver knows he has finished the ‘wild cards’ in terms of’zeros‘to be reported: “Finally on Sunday we race at Mugello and I’m really excited about it. Racing in Italy is always very exciting and I expect a fantastic weekend with all the Italian fans and Ducatisti supporting us on the track. After the fall in France I absolutely want to redeem myself. Now more than ever, it is essential not to make other mistakes in order not to lose other important points for the championship. I will give my best as always “.
Jack Miller for its part, it is going through a solid and concrete period in search of a saddle towards 2023 or reconfirmation in Ducati. The Australian framed the Tuscan appointment as follows: “THEThe Italian Grand Prix is always very special, as it is my team’s home race. The atmosphere is incredible and I can’t wait to race in front of all the Ducati fans. During the last few GPs I developed a good feeling with my Desmosedici GP and I hope to be able to find these sensations again here at Mugello, a track that I really like. In general, I am positive and I feel I can play another good weekend here in Italy too ”.
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