Bagnaia 'will go slow' if he thinks about MotoGP points lead

After finishing second in Sunday’s Spanish Grand Prix at Jerez, Bagnaia now leads the championship by two points from Yamaha’s Fabio Quartararo – who slipped to 13th in the race due to an arm-pump issue.
Bagnaia’s points tally of 66 so far in 2021 is 19 more than the 47 he managed throughout last season with Pramac, the 24-year-old the only rider to have finished on the podium at three …Keep reading



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