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MotoGP: Dovizioso ‘retired’ after 2017 title defeat – Scott Redding

- Scott Redding has joked Andrea Dovizioso has already ‘retired’ from MotoGP after failing to get the better of Marc Marquez in their battle for the 2017 MotoGP World Championship, claiming it was his best opportunity to land Ducati the championship trophy. He said ‘I thought Dovizioso retired a couple of years ago after losing the World Cup in Valencia to the last race, that was his chance…’ Despite the rather pointed statement, Redding maintains he is full of respect for Dovizioso – whose future remains unknown as he stalls on a new deal with Ducati over financial matters – adding ‘in recent seasons Andrea has shown himself to be a great rider, strong, who has always...
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