MotoGp, Enea Bastianini gets out of line on the rainbow fight

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Ducati, Enea Bastianini sheds light on goals ahead of second half of season

During an interview with the microphones of the “Gazzetta dello Sport,” Ducati rider Enea Bastianini, among other topics, spoke about his feelings ahead of the resumption of the MotoGP. In addition, the Rimini centaur wanted to dwell on the rainbow struggle.

“I think time on a MotoGP is always valuable to study bikes, rivals and to get to know the team better, which is all new to me this year. In the first part of the season I had a few too many injuries that didn’t allow me to work at my best. I think my championship will start at Silverstone. I always have fewer races behind me than my opponents, but I think I will arrive in England in the right physical condition,” began the Rimini centaur.

“I don’t know what awaits me in the second part of the season, but I hope to have the chance to fight for podiums, win races, be able to find continuity of results on the track and find the right feeling with my team and the bike,” added the Ducati rider.

Later Enea Bastianini addressed the rainbow fight: “I think Pecco Bagnaia is the main candidate for the final victory, however, he will have to deal with some pretty tough opponents like Marco Bezzecchi and Jorge Martin.”

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