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Jake Dixon 'putting full focus back into Moto2 now'

After getting the chance to make two MotoGP appearances for Petronas Yamaha, as an injury-replacement for Franco Morbidelli, Jake Dixon returns to the Moto2 class with SRT from Misano onwards. Crash MotoGP Podcast - Click here to listen to Keith Huewen, Harry Benjamin and our own Pete McLaren talk MotoGP Injured at the end of last year, the Englishman rode to a best Moto2 finish of seventh before the M1 rides, which saw him close to within 1.346s of the premier-class best in warm-up at Aragon, only to fall early in the race. With his future still unclear, Dixon hopes to use some of what he has learned in MotoGP to progress on the Kalex Moto2 machine this weekend, at a track where he...
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