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Bagnaia rides through the pain to secure maiden podium pleasure

Pecco Bagnaia says it was important to pick up where he left off as he returned to MotoGP action with a bang by claiming an unexpected maiden podium finish on home soil at the San Marino MotoGP. Check out the Crash MotoGP YouTube channel - CLICK HERE The Italian has been sidelined for five weeks after breaking his leg in an accident at Brno, but while he still requires a crutch to get around the paddock on foot, he has shown the same encouraging pace he demonstrated just prior to his injury. On a weekend where Ducati’s form has largely fluctuated, Bagnaia was in supreme form in race conditions as he clawed his way up the order, in so doing his hopes of securing the available works Ducati...
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