What caused Jack Miller to say ‘don’t be an idiot, just bring it home’?
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Miller, who spent the entire Grand Prix inside the top three positions, was arguably the fastest Ducati rider despite Francesco Bagnaia ultimately winning his fourth MotoGP race in the last seven rounds. Faster than his team-mate at the beginning and end, it was the middle part of the Grand Prix where Bagnaia took advantage of finding more performa...
Vinales ‘never’ doubted Aprilia, Quartararo contact ‘didn’t change my race’
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As we highlighted before Sunday’s British MotoGP, Aprilia headed into the race with questions regarding Aleix Espargaro’s fitness, making it important that Vinales stepped up with a big result. That’s exactly what happened as the Aprilia rider was in fantastic form throughout, which included being the fastest rider on circuit with a few laps to go....
Quartararo: Long lap ‘not so bad’ but ‘nightmare’ followed, Pecco closing
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The Monster Yamaha star lost just 1.5s as he took the extra ‘loop’ but still crucially dropped to fifth place. The M1’s lack of top speed meant Quartararo then became stuck in the dirty air of his opponents, which contributed to his rear tyre overheating, dropping his performance even further. “I thought the Long Lap Penalty would have penalised me...
Aleix: I don’t understand today, ‘impossible’ Quartararo pass
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The Aprilia star went to bed on Saturday night uncertain if he would be able to race, due to pain from his injured feet, the result of a huge 160km/h free practice highside. Those doubts were erased by sixth place in morning warm-up and the limping Spaniard during lined-up on row two of the grid. But it would be pace rather than pain that cost Espa...
Bagnaia 'helped' by Rossi, Stoner to British MotoGP victory
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Bagnaia, who appeared to lack the necessary pace during the opening few laps, got stronger as the race went on before sealing his British MotoGP win with a brilliant counter move against a charging Maverick Vinales.  "I’m very happy with this race. I would put it as one of my best ones because I was struggling all weekend,” added Bagnaia.  “I was n...
Bagnaia grateful for British GP advice from MotoGP legends Rossi, Stoner
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The Italian finished Friday’s running in 11th, slightly improving on Saturday morning to finish FP3 in seventh place before qualifying in fifth for the race. Having struggled with tyres on the difficult track, he asked long-time mentor Rossi and Ducati world champion Stoner for advice on how they had tackled Silverstone, having won a race each ther...
Quartararo disappointed to “not lose more” with Silverstone MotoGP penalty
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The championship leader had to serve a long penalty in Sunday’s 20-lap race at Silverstone as punishment for his collision with title rival Aleix Espargaro in the Dutch GP in June.Quartararo ran second in the opening three laps before serving his penalty on the fourth tour.Though he only lost around 1.6s, he dropped from second to fifth and plummet...
Espargaro FP4 crash pain 'no excuse' for Silverstone MotoGP struggles
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Espargaro’s weekend was cast into doubt in FP4 when he suffered a violent 115mph crash at Farm Curve and injured his feet.Having taken part in qualifying – where he finished sixth – Espargaro was declared fit to continue following warm-up, though he struggled for pace in the race and could only manage to finish ninth, 3.9s from the win.Reflecting o...
RIDER RATINGS: Three 10/10s but we give Quartararo a dreadful score...
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Francesco Bagnaia - 10 (Qualified 5th, finished 1st) Unlike Jerez, Mugello or Assen where Bagnaia clearly demonstrated the potential to win prior to the race, Silverstone was not really one of those occasions. And in the early laps it appeared to be the case as Jack Miller and Johann Zarco were stronger than him. But as the race developed, Bagnaia’...
British Moto2: Fernandez makes it three, Dixon makes podium at home
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  Augusto Fernandez made his late lunge for the win stick to lead over the line in round twelve of the championship, the Moto2 British Grand Prix at SIlverstone. Staring from pole the Red Bull KTM Ajo rider initially lost places, but did enough to keep in the front few positions on track. As the race settled, Alonso Lopez took over at the front and...

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