Pecco Bagnaia admits he was a bit traumatized before winning the 2022 Dutch MotoGP

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Francesco Bagnaia dominates the 2022 Dutch MotoGP . The Ducati Lenovo Team racer managed to win at the Assen Circuit.

Racing as pole position, Francesco ‘Pecco’ Bagnaia was able to record a time of 40 minutes 25.205 seconds at the 2022 Dutch MotoGP , Sunday (26/6/2022) night WIB.

Pecco Bagnaia was 0.444 seconds ahead of his closest competitor, Marco Bezzecchi of Moonev VR46 Racing Team and 1.209 seconds. For Pecco Bagnaia, the victory at Assen this time was very memorable.

He admitted that he was traumatized and was afraid of falling again. Understandably, in the five races before Assen, Bagnaia failed to win three points.

Third Victory Meanwhile, the top of the MotoGP standings, Fabio Quartararo twice fell. The French racer was seen in pain before returning to the Yamaha garage. (AP/Peter Dejong)

However, Francesco Bagnaia managed to overcome this pressure and maintain a leading position until he touched the finish line at the 2022 Dutch MotoGP.

Victory is Francesco Bagnaia’s third win this season. Previously he managed to win the highest podium when he performed at the Spanish MotoGP and the 2022 Italian MotoGP.

“I am very happy. This race is not easy in these conditions and I am very afraid of falling again,” said Bagnaia, quoted by Speedweek . https://www.cityballetsf.org/profile/w4tch-0nline-downloading-Top-Gun-Maverick-streaming-ghjrj/profile

Focus Throughout the Race Francesco Bagnaia became the Dutch MotoGP champion in 2022. The Ducati Lenovo Team racer managed to win at the Assen Circuit. (AP/Peter Dejong)

Pecco Bagnaia also revealed that he was just trying to be fully focused throughout the race. Until finally, Pecco could come out victorious in the 2022 Dutch MotoGP.

“I just tried and didn’t push the bike beyond its limit. Until in the end we were able to show a great race,” he continued.

Position in the standings The Aprilia Racing rider was ranked third in the Dutch MotGP after 1.209 seconds adrift of Pecco Bagnaia. (AP/Peter Dejong)

On the other hand, the victory he won this time also gave a signal of revival. In the meantime, Pecco Bagnaia managed to push up two places to fourth in the standings by collecting 106 points.

The team based in Borgo Panigale finally managed to win at the Assen Circuit after the last time was in 2008, which was obtained through Casey Stoner.