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Valencia MotoGP Champion Bagnaia: This Victory is for Valentino Rossi

Francesco Bagnaia said that the victory he won at the Ricardo Tormo Circuit he dedicated specifically to Valentino Rossi, who ended his career in MotoGP.

Francesco Bagnaia and two of his factory partners, namely Jorge Martin and Jack Miller, took control of the Valencia MotoGP podium . It was the first time for Ducati to climb three podiums simultaneously in history.

Starting the race from second position, Bagnaia had lost first place to Miller and Joan Mir. However, the Ducati racer was successful in reclaiming the leading position.

In the end, Bagnaia managed to maintain the first position until the closing lap. It was his fourth win this season.

After the race, Francesco Bagnaia said that it was the best way to celebrate his compatriot, Valentino Rossi , who decided to retire from MotoGP as of today, Sunday (11/14/2021).

For you, Vale!
Just like the VR46 Academy racer, Bagnaia also wears a replica helmet as a tribute to Rossi when he won the 2004 MotoGP title .

“Yes, it’s a great victory! This is a way of celebrating, with Rossi, and with this helmet, standing on the highest podium, makes me happy,” Bagnaia said after the race.

“It’s been an impressive year. We learned a lot, we are more competitive. Next year we will fight for the title.”

“But for now, the only thing we can do is celebrate with Valentino Rossi. He is a friend, a brother, who is always ready to help us riders at any time.”

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Algarve MotoGP Results: Fabio Quartararo Falls, Pecco Bagnaia Wins

Ducati Lenovo Team racer Francesco Bagnaia won the 2021 Algarve MotoGP race at the Algarve International Circuit, Portimao, Portugal, Sunday (11/7/2021).

The racer who is familiarly called Pecco Bagnaia came out as the fastest in the Algarve MotoGP with a time of 38 minutes 17.720 seconds.

The race that should have lasted 25 laps was cut to 23 laps after KTM Factory Racing’s Tech 3 driver, Iker Lecuona, collided with Red Bull KTM Factory Racing’s host rider , Miguel Oliveira.

Bagnaia was followed by Suzuki Ecstar racer, Joan Mir in second place and his tandem Jack Miller in third. Meanwhile, the fourth and fifth positions were occupied by LCR Honda Castrol racer Alex Marquez and Pramac Racing racer Johann Zarco.

The 2021 MotoGP world champion from Monster Energy Yamaha, Fabio Quartararo, failed to finish after falling at corner five on lap 21 while fighting for fifth place with Zarco.

With this result, Bagnaia sealed the 2021 MotoGP runner-up title and Ducati sealed the constructors’ world title. Meanwhile, Zarco took the title of the best independent team racer.

Algarve MotoGP Full Results
Francesco BAGNAIA – Ducati Lenovo Team
Joan MIR – Team SUZUKI ECSTAR
Jack MILLER – Ducati Lenovo Team
Alex MARQUEZ – LCR Honda CASTROL
Johann ZARCO – Pramac Racing
Pol ESPARGARO – Repsol Honda Team
Jorge MARTIN – Pramac Racing
Alex RINS – Team SUZUKI ECSTAR
Enea BASTIANINI – Avintia Esponsorama
Brad BINDER – Red Bull KTM Factory Racing
Takaaki NAKAGAMI – LCR Honda IDEMITSU
Luca MARINI – SKY VR46 Avintia
Valentino ROSSI – Petronas Yamaha SRT
Andrea DOVIZIOSO – Petronas Yamaha SRT
Stefan BRADL – Repsol Honda Team
Maverick VIÑALES – Aprilia Racing Team Gresini
Franco MORBIDELLI – Monster Energy Yamaha MotoGP
Failed to Finish

Miguel OLIVEIRA – Red Bull KTM Factory Racing
Iker LECUONA – Tech 3 KTM Factory Racing
Fabio QUARTARARO – Monster Energy Yamaha MotoGP
Aleix ESPARGARO – Aprilia Racing Team Gresini
Danilo PETRUCCI – Tech 3 KTM Factory Racing