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‘Ready to fight’ Nakagami misses out on maiden MotoGP podium

Takaaki Nakagami looked set for a maiden MotoGP podium at the Dutch GP before losing eight places in one lap.  The LCR Honda Idemitsu rider got the perfect start as he moved up from fifth to third by turn one.  Third was a position Nakagami remained in for several laps - mid-race distance in fact, before his race and podium charge quickly unravelled.  Nakagami attempted a move on Francesco Bagnaia who was second - moments before the Italian’s long-lap penalty, but as Fabio Quartararo and others found out during the race, passing a Ducati is a near impossible task.  Related Articles Quartararo increases championship lead with dominant Assen MotoGP victory Quartararo increases...
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