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‘Only good vibes’ for Di Giannantonio heading into Le Mans after Jerez win

Fabio Di Giannantonio heads to Le Mans this weekend just 17 points back from championship leaders Remy Gardner and Sam Lowes after taking a stunning win last time out.  The Italian led from lap one of the 23 lap race in Jerez and could not be caught as he went on to increase the gap throughout.  The win means Di Giannantonio has brought himself back into contention at the front of the championship as he was over 25 points down at one stage.  The 22 year-old’s best result at Le Mans is a third place which came in Moto3, but although he’s not been able to replicate that so far in Moto2, it’s a track he enjoys nonetheless. "It's a track that I like a lot and we are getting there...
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