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Podcast MotoGP 'By Ears' – "Bagnaia is confirmed; Márquez returns"

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Pecco Bagnaia’s first victory in MotoGP and the pressure to which Marc Márquez subjected him in Motorland trying to snatch the win from him, reflected some realities that our analysts, Uri Puigdemont and Germán García Casanova , try to unravel in this new installment of the MotoGP Podcast of .

For this we have a special guest: Artur Vilalta , the Ducati team communication director, one of the people closest to the rider on the circuits, with whom we value the extraordinary race and how it was experienced in the box, in addition to getting closer to some details of Pecco ‘s personality.

The unwavering battle displayed by Márquez in Sunday’s race is nothing more than confirmation that the ‘old’ Marc is back, and that little by little the driver he was before the injury emerges more frequently.

Joan Mir returned to the podium, and he did so with a Suzuki that is lagging behind the rest of the factories on a technical level, which leaves the world champion unequal to face a battle in which every tenth counts.

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