Nakagami ‘cried’ after missing maiden MotoGP podium at Jerez

Nakagami was comfortably the top Honda rider throughout the Jerez weekend, his form boosted by a switch to an older chassis giving him more rear grip.
The Japanese rider qualified fifth and fought his way through to fourth in the latter stages of the Jerez race, piling pressure on Petronas SRT’s Franco Morbidelli in third with a strong pace in the closing laps.
However, Nakagami came up …Keep reading

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