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Ducati clinches its third consecutive MotoGP Constructors' World Title in Aragón.

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Ducati secured the MotoGP Constructors' World title for the third consecutive year. It's the fourth World Title for the Borgo Panigale-based manufacturer in the premier class, clinched five races ahead of the end of the Championship.

Among the riders who have contributed to the achievement of this milestone, with the 10 victories obtained in 2022, there are certainly Pecco Bagnaia and Enea Bastianini, absolute protagonists at the finish line in the Spanish GP of Aragon.

Great victory for Motor Valley driver Enea Bastianini

Call it a rematch of Misano, call it a fourth win of the season, call it whatever you want... Simply a masterpiece race that of Enea Bastianini who, with the victory, delivers the constructors' title to Ducati and (thanks also to the fall of Quartararo) moves closer to the top of the overall standings now at minus 48 points.


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Call it a rematch of Misano, call it a fourth win of the season, call it whatever you want... Simply a masterpiece race that of Enea Bastianini who, with the victory, delivers the constructors' title to Ducati and (thanks also to the fall of Quartararo) moves closer to the top of the overall standings now at minus 48 points".

 

Pecco P2, but getting closer to the top of the world championship

Among the riders who have contributed to this achievement, with six victories in 2022, is undoubtedly Pecco Bagnaia, who finished second in the Aragon GP. Starting from pole position, the Ducati Lenovo Team rider got off to a good start, immediately taking the lead. After an initial exchange of positions with Bastianini, Pecco remained in first place until the last lap, when the fellow Ducati rider overtook him to secure the victory by just 42 thousandths. Thanks to today's second place and following Quartararo's crash on the first lap, Bagnaia brings his gap from the French rider to just 10 points.

 

"I'm thrilled with today's result. Enea and I had a great race! I knew he would be very fast in the final laps, and when he passed me, I preferred not to make any move on him. I tried to win and waited for a safe opportunity to pass him, which in the end wasn't there. I knew these 20 points were important, and I preferred not to risk it. Now we must stay focused and think about the next race in Japan next week."

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