TRIBUNNEWS.IT – Ducati Lenovo Team rider, Francesco Bagnaia, is starting to feel tired of the many reports that often distort his comments on MotoGP 2023 racing.
Most warmly, Francesco Bagnaia has really been in the spotlight after his vision to drive a gap in bike quality between the factory and satellite teams in MotoGP 2023.
The man who is familiarly called Pecco estimates that the level of official and satellite bikes is almost the same, making MotoGP 2023 colored by many accidents.
What Pecco Bagnaia said happened after the 2023 French MotoGP race at the Le Mans circuit.
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According to him, the two-wheeled grand prix motorcycle championship must refer to the era of the Fantastic Four, which was still full of Valentino Rossi, Jorge Lorenzo, Casey Stoner and Dani Pedrosa.
Bagnaia estimated that in that period the satellite team bike had a gap of about 0.6-0.9 seconds from the factory bike.
Pecco also thinks this can reduce the number of injuries that will increase in the 2023 season.
Indeed, in the 2023 French MotoGP series, there were eight riders who failed to finish due to experience accident.
This statement also received a strong response from some circles in the MotoGP 2023 box.
One of them came from GasGas Tech3 team boss, Herve Poncharal. Hervé said Francesco Bagnaia’s comments were just nonsense.
Especially for Tech3 who have struggled in the world championship since the 2000 edition, even when they partnered with Yamaha, and more recently with KTM.
That’s not all, Francesco Bagnaia received harsh criticism from netizens who were considered to have a “tempe” mentality because as the reigning world champion it was not appropriate to make such a statement.
Bagnaia, annoyed by the many oblique accusations, began to speak.
In this case, Domizia Castagnini’s lover claims that her words are very twisted. Where the rider who once defended Pramac Ducati is getting tired of providing clarifications.
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