MotoGp, Jorge Martin doesn’t want to throw it all away

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Team Pramac centaur doesn’t want to throw it all away

Pramac centaur Jorge Martin, commented on seventh place in the Philip Island Grand Prix to the team’s official channels. The Spaniard did not appear satisfied, as he had started from the first box on the grid at the start, after taking pole position on Saturday, Oct. 15.

“I had a good pace but I was struggling to overtake and that limited me a lot. I got a good start and I was able to manage the tires very well, we lacked a little bit of mileage but the feeling was good. It’s a shame because it was a good opportunity but we’ll try again next week in Malaysia,” explained last season’s ‘Rookie of the Year,’ who was in contention until the last to join Pecco Bagnaia at Ducati in 2023, a position that will be given to Enea Bastianini.

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