MotoGP | Bagnaia: “I want to redeem myself at Mugello”

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The MotoGP World Championships return this weekend for one of the most awaited events by all Italian fans, the Italian Grand Prix which, as usual, will take place at the famous venue of the Mugello International Circuit. The event scheduled on the Tuscan track will be the first home appointment for Ducati, in addition to the San Marino GP that will be held in Misano Adriatico next September.

Ducati Lenovo Team drivers Jack Miller and Pecco Bagnaia came to Mugello with the determination to get a good result in front of all the Ducati on the circuit at the Ducati Grandstand – Curva Materassi.

Fresh from second place in the last Grand Prix in France Miller, who now has sixth place as the best result at Mugello, wants to aim for the top spot again and earn important points for the general classification, which is currently in fifth place. 40 points from the Quartararo leader.

“The Italian Grand Prix is ​​definitely very special, because this is my team’s home race. The atmosphere is incredible and I can’t wait for the race in front of all the Ducati fans. During the last few GPs I’ve grown up. I feel good with Desmosedici GP and I hope to find a sensation this is again at Mugello, a track that I really enjoy. In general, I am positive and feel I might have a good weekend here in Italy “, he said. Miller.

Jack Miller, Tim Ducati

Jack Miller, Tim Ducati

Photo by: Gold and Swan / Motorsport Pictures

Bagnaia, on the other hand, fresh from falling at Le Mans while fighting for victory, aims to redeem himself in front of a crowd at home.

“Last Sunday, we raced at Mugello and I was very happy. Races in Italy are always fun and I look forward to a great weekend with all the Italian fans and Ducatisti supporting us on the track! After the accident in France I really want to redeem myself. Now more importantly, don’t make another mistake so as not to lose other important points to the champion. I will give my best as usual. “

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Two Ducati Lenovo Team drivers along with Enea Bastianini (Gresini Racing), the last GP winner at Le Mans, will leave this evening from Borgo Panigale to reach the Mugello circuit along the Passo della Futa. Miller, in the Multistrada V4, Bagnaia, in Monster and Bastianini in Diavel will be escorted by bikes from Ducati Owners Clubs of Bologna and Florence who, along with three riders, will also complete the full lap of the circuit.

At the end of the parade, other Ducati riders Jorge Martin, Johann Zarco, Fabio Di Giannantonio, Luca Marini, Marco Bezzecchi and Michele Pirro will welcome fans at the finish line for a group photo with GP Desmosedici.

Enea Bastianini, Gresini Racing, Jack Miller, Ducati Team

Enea Bastianini, Gresini Racing, Jack Miller, Ducati Team

Photo by: Gold and Swan / Motorsport Pictures