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Bagnaia: Lead crash in Emilia Romagna GP caused by 'something dirty on track'

Francesco Bagnaia believes his crash out of a commanding MotoGP Emilia Romagna Grand Prix lead was caused by a visor tearoff or "something dirty on track". The Pramac rider took the lead on lap six and quickly built up an advantage of over one second to the chasing Yamaha of Maverick Vinales. By lap 21, Bagnaia was 1.3s clear and controlling the pace when he crashed going through the Turn 6 left-hander, gifting the win to Vinales. Bagnaia believes something on track caused the fall because his data shows he did nothing differently from the lap before. "The first thing when I crashed was I really wanted my bike to come to the box soon to see what happened, because it was too...
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