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Dovizioso 'very angry' with final Ducati MotoGP qualifying

Andrea Dovizioso admits he is "very angry" with his final qualifying session as a Ducati MotoGP rider after only managing 12th for the Portuguese Grand Prix. Dovizioso will depart Ducati at the end of this weekend and take a sabbatical from MotoGP in 2021 with a view to returning in 2022. He will start what may potentially be his final MotoGP race from 12th, leaving him "very disappointed" because his race pace is "interesting". Though he has not ruled out anything from the race, he knows the tight nature of the Algarve Circuit will make overtaking hard. "About my qualifying, I'm very angry and disappointed because my pace improved practice by practice...
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