Davide Tardozzi pats Pecco Bagnaia on the back

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Davide Tardozzi pats Pecco Bagnaia on the back

Ducati team manager Davide Tardozzi is not impressed by what Fabio Quartararo showed Friday morning in Valencia. The Frenchman, in fact, was the fastest.

“He’s been very good, he’s doing everything to win the race, but we don’t have any particular pressure, we’re putting ourselves in the best possible condition to have a race together with the leaders,” the seasoned Ducati executive told Sky Sports microphones.

Quartararo, the reigning MotoGp world champion, is the only one who can stop Pecco Bagnaia from grabbing the 2022 premier class title.

Francesco, aka ‘Pecco,’ Bagnaia after winning the Moto2 world championship in 2018 with Sky Racing Team VR46, will make his MotoGp debut in 2019 riding the Ducati of Team Pramac Racing. In September 2020, he scored his first podium in the top MotoGP category at Misano. The following year he switched to the official Ducati team and finished the championship in second place, behind the French Yamaha rider Fabio Quartararo.

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