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Bagnaia 'wasn't expecting' maiden MotoGP podium at Misano

Pramac Ducati rider Francesco Bagnaia admitted he was not expecting to score his maiden MotoGP podium on his return from a broken leg at the San Marino Grand Prix. The 2018 Moto2 champion broke his left leg in a fast crash during first practice for the Czech GP at Brno in August and had been forced to sit out that race, as well as the following Red Bull Ring double-header. It came at an unfortunate time as Bagnaia had been on course for a podium in the second Jerez race before he was ruled out of the Andalusian GP by a mechanical failure. Making his return in front of a small home crowd at Misano, Bagnaia qualified sixth and fought through to second, his first podium finish in the premier...
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