Ducati, Bagnaia and Dall’Igna warn: ‘More improvements to come’

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Ducati at full speed doesn’t stop its development

The Portuguese Grand Prix confirmed the dominance in the MotoGp World Championship of Ducati, which is ready to introduce further upgrades to increase the gap on its already lagging rivals. Racing chief Gigi Dall’Igna spoke clearly to Motorsport: “In the next races there will be more specific improvements to be introduced. We started the season in the best possible way, picking up where we left off last year. But with something extra: the new features of the 2023 complement a bike that has maintained its balance and handling in every area of the track.”

“All this is a prerequisite for the improvements we will introduce in the upcoming races. The important thing is to continue with the same determination.”

Pecco Bagnaia is looking forward to the Argentine GP: “The big difference is that here we are starting from scratch with the work, not having done any testing. In any case I am optimistic: my feeling with the bike at the moment is incredible so I am confident that I can do well in any condition. This weekend I will be the only one representing my team. I wish Enea a speedy recovery and I hope he can be back on track with us in Austin.”

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