MotoGp, Ducati: Pecco Bagnaia puts his fall in Japan behind him

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“I am determined to do well and not make any more mistakes.”

Protagonist of a ruinous crash in the last Japanese GP – which could have jeopardized his world championship chances in Fabio Quartararo’s chase for the lead – Pecco Bagnaia immediately wants to turn the page. The opportunity comes as early as next Sunday, on the Thai circuit that hosts the fourth last race of an exciting riders’ world championship in the premier class of Moto Gp.

The Turin centaur returned to the incident that involved him in Japan, showing great confidence ahead of the upcoming races.

“I am happy to be back racing in Thailand. The atmosphere here is always incredible and there will definitely be a lot of fans to support us – Bagnaia’s words – . Being back on track after a week since the Japanese GP will help me to definitely put last Sunday’s race behind me. This weekend we will be able to follow a normal work program since, unlike Motegi, the schedule will return to normal. We will work hard from Friday to try to arrive ready for the race, which may be held in the wet. I am determined to do well and not make any more mistakes,” he said.

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