MotoGp, Ducati: Pecco Bagnaia pinpoints key to success

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Pecco Bagnaia and the triumph at Mugello: "It è was not easy"

It's the face of enthusiasm Pecco Bagnaia after his extraordinary success in the Italian Grand Prix, which matches his victory twenty-four hours earlier in the Sprint Race and comes, moreover, despite a penalty of three positions on the starting grid. A penalty that was immediately cancelled, as the world champion, who started fifth, è was able to find himself in the lead after a few corners.

"It è was not easy to start from fifth place – explained Bagnaia to the microphones of the Motomondiale organization, on the sidelines of the podium celebration that he shared with Enea Bastianini and Jorge Martin -. At the start I chose to go towards the outside, the strategy paid off and I found myself in the lead. From there I did nothing but push".

The race, conducted practically from start to finish, è was complex especially from the point of view of mental tightness, as Bagnaia explains again: "I had to be careful, manage the rear and avoid risks. In the end è it was a liberation, winning today and closing like this; a great weekend è really incredible. I also want to congratulate Enea, he did a great job".

The one won today è the second Gp finished consecutively in first place by Bagnaia, who in the standings is getting closer to Jorge Martin: the Spaniard è still first with 171 points, but Pecco è now moved to -18, at 153. The fight for the MotoGp World Championship also remains wide open to Marc Marquez, third in the standings with 136 points, while Enea Bastianini wants to get back into the discussion and, with today’s second place climbs to 114.

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