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'Happy, proud' Valentino Rossi: 'I tried to hypnotise Pecco!'

When Valentino Rossi hangs up his helmet at the end of this season, he will have had the satisfaction of already seeing two of his VR46 Academy riders winning races in MotoGP. Crash MotoGP Podcast - Click here to listen to Keith Huewen, Harry Benjamin and our own Pete McLaren talk MotoGP Ducati's Francesco Bagnaia became the second Academy rider, after Franco Morbidelli, to triumph in the premier-class with a brilliant debut victory over Marc Marquez at Aragon on Sunday. Stalked by the eight-time world champion from the start, Bagnaia coolly counterattacked after the Repsol Honda rider launched no less than seven passes for the lead in the closing three laps. Bagnaia's victory is also his...
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