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Bagnaia to miss Czech and Austrian GP's following FP1 crash

Francesco Bagnaia will miss the Czech and Austrian grand prix weekends after suffering a knee injury during FP1 at Brno on Friday morning. The Pramac racer crashed at high-speed at Turn 1 in the closing stages of the opening practice session of the Czech GP event, the Italian struggling to stand on his right leg shortly following the incident. He was then swiftly transported to the local Brno University Hospital for tests, where it was subsequently decided he needed immediate surgery on his knee. This automatically rules him out for both this weekend’s Czech GP as well as the Austrian event next weekend, while any participation in the Styrian GP in two weeks time-also held at the Red...
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