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Martín: "There's no need for them to tell us to be careful with Bagnaia"

Phillip Island.- At the gates of the first of the last three stops in the championship, the Madrid native is ninth in the general table, with the second position he reached in Argentina and Montmeló as the best results. After a complicated start to the course, with a last version of the Demosedici that did not finish rolling to his liking, the Pramac team rider and his work group finally found the key to turn the bike in the way he could get his best version. And the change, as can be seen from his words, was abysmal.

The key, according to Jorge Martín, lies in the front suspensions. More specifically in the different modifications that were applied to it. Unfortunately, when he finally found the fit, the pulse with Enea Bastianini to take over Jack Miller’s place in the official team, with a view to 2023, had already been decided in favor of the Beast.

“What Ducati asks of us is that we be careful with Pecco, which is something logical, that they don’t need to tell us. I’m smart enough to know that we have to be careful with Pecco. Obviously, if I have the option of winning a race or get on the podium, I’m going to fight for it”, the Spaniard continues with his idea.

With three races still to go to finish the season, Martín hopes to get a good result before closing.

“I hope to fight for the podium, because in the last two races I was competitive and because it is one of my favorite circuits. I want to try to win a race to be able to leave happy this year, because it has been complicated. I have had enough speed to fight for the podium in most races.

What bothers Pramac the most is that the ideal set-up came a little late.

“It makes me angry to know that the radical change in my performance came from the front suspension. If I had known it before, at Le Mans or Mugello, I could have fought for podiums there. At least we know what that is, and if we don’t touch anything I can go fast.”

Despite being one of his favorite tracks, Martín has never raced at Phillip Island with MotoGP, a handicap that he will have to handle over the weekend.

“I have never ridden here with a MotoGP, so I will surely need some time to adapt, since the track is very fast,” he ditches.

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