MotoGP | Bagnaia wins Italian GP with Ducati one-two


Francesco Bagnaia (Ducati Lenovo Team), won the Italian GP held at the Mugello track, for the MotoGP championship, after coming from fifth position and taking the lead in the race, still in the second corner.

The Italian had no trouble winning. He was practically under no pressure from Jorge Martin (Prima Pramac Racing), who was in second place until the last lap, but lost the position to Enea Bastianini (Ducati Lenovo Team), in the last corner.

Bastianini was another highlight of the race, as he had lost third place to Marc Marquez (Gresini Racing), managed to recover on the penultimate lap, and on the last lap, managed to overtake Martin.

But the one who reigned at Mugello was Bagnaia, who won the Sprint race, held on Saturday, and the main race, held this Sunday. His main competitor, and championship leader, Martin, did not score points in Saturday’s race, as he crashed and had to retire.


With this, the Italian managed to reduce the advantage to the Spaniard, which is now just 18 points. Marquez, who also took advantage of Martin’s crash, finished the Sprint in second place. His difference to Martin is 35 points.

MotoGP returns on June 30th, with the Dutch GP, at the Assen circuit.

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Marcelo Souza

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