MotoGP GP Assen Bagnaia Conference

MotoGP GP Assen Bagnaia Conference

The Ducati World Champion and the Dutch track: “I like it a lot, I’m sure we’ll do well here too. The format? I would like the first free practice session just to think about the setup and not to make the top 10″

Getting back on the track of the first success of his career and last year’s win is particularly important to him I’m sorry, Bagnaiaunsurprisingly called legend of aces on the eve of the Dutch GP. “It’s a special weekend, I’m sure the Ducati will also adapt well to this track because we’re great and it will be the same here,” says Pecco. “It’s a track that requires precise adjustments, otherwise you’ll do it.” I’m losing too much ground: there’s a first part that gives goosebumps and a third sector that’s among the best in the championship. i really like him Even before I came to the World Championship, I always had a lot of respect for this track and my first victory there was something special – Bagnaia continues – I would like to repeat the battle at the Sachsenring here too, but with a different result…” Then a reference to the format and the possibility that it could change after the summer break: “I would like them to change the first free practice session, but looking at the number of tires: I would like a first session that I can only use it to understand the bike in race setup without thinking that you have to attack to get in the top 10.

challenger Martin

On his right, in the conference, Bagnaia ha Jorge Martin fresh winner at the Sachsenring and first rival in the world championship with a deficit of 16 points: “I didn’t have much time to celebrate the victory in Germany because we arrived here immediately: I would like to have the same consistency on this track as I like .” “A lot, but I know it’s Pecco’s favorite,” says the Spaniard. “Did Ciabatti say I will still be in Pramac in 2024? I’m happy, I have a factory bike and a team that’s putting pressure on me.”


Along with the two challengers there Marco Bezzecchi who took his first podium in MotoGP at Assen last year: “It’s a track that I love. I got my first podium in MotoGP last year, it gave me so much confidence and triggered something in my head that made me realize that I can do it.” – says Bez – This season you need a lot of focus , because from the sprint to the race and vice versa, everything can change quickly and as soon as you lose something you fall behind: you always have to start as the best way and be consistent. of the weekend? I would leave everything as it is.

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