Ducati, Davide Tardozzi goes down flat on Pecco Bagnaia and Enea Bastianini

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A new intervention, very clear, to talk about stable orders and more.

Pecco Bagnaia is two points away from winning the title of MotoGP world champion, but after his Sepang victory there has been a return to discussing the balance in the Ducati household after the race finale and the battle between the Piedmontese rider and the one who eventually finished second, Enea Bastianini. Events on which, once again, Davide Tardozzi, host of the ‘Gazzetta dello Sport’ on the ‘MotoG-Podcast’, returned.

“There were no team orders in Malaysia. Exactly as there had not been in Misano, or in Aragon,” Tardozzi explained. Who then also spoke clearly about the race ending between Bagnaia and Bastianini: “Champions are selfish. But having said that, as a Ducati person, I didn’t like that last lap. I also say this remembering the events of Moto2, in that very same corner, with Ogura.”

“We sent down that attitude of Enea, and in fact we didn’t say anything to him. That’s the way a champion is,” added the Ducati team manager, who went on to focus on Pecco Bagnaia: “He had the courage to get stuck on some technical solutions, on which he was not convinced. Also good was Gigi Dall’Igna to listen to him. He and Quartararo are the future of motorcycling, in recent years they have won two-thirds of the races held. Then we will have to see if Marquez will return to his former self, but let’s also wait for Bastianini.”

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