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Jack Miller, Francesco Bagnaia on a high heading to Le Mans

The Ducati Lenovo Team heads to Le Mans this weekend on the back of a perfect one-two for Jack Miller and Francesco Bagnaia at Jerez, also putting the Italian into the world championship lead. Bagnaia is the only rider so far this season to have top six finishes in all four rounds, including second places at the last two events, handing him a two-point advantage over Yamaha's Fabio Quartararo. Bagnaia qualified a competitive seventh for Pramac in the dry at Le Mans last year, but could only manage 13th in the wet race. "I'm really excited to be back in action this weekend," Bagnaia said. "In the last two Grands Prix, we've been able to get some good results on tracks where...
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