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Morbidelli: Wonderful to race at Mugello, but it won’t be a normal one

Standing on the home Mugello podium is one of the highlights of any Italian MotoGP rider's career. But if Franco Morbidelli achieves a first Mugello rostrum this weekend he'll sadly be celebrating without the usual crowd cheering fans lining the track below. That's due to the ongoing Covid restrictions, which also forced the Mugello event to dropped from the calendar completely last season. "I’m hoping to arrive at Mugello this weekend in the best shape possible, after receiving some treatment for my knee," said Morbidelli, who damaged ligaments in a training accident prior to Le Mans, then aggravated the injury further with spills during the French weekend. "I love...
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