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A very wet weekend for #OURHEROES
during the 15th race of the MotoGP season in Motegi, Japan.
Danilo Petrucci can look back at a very successful race that ended on the podium. He pushed through despite the rain and finished on the 3d place.
Alvaro Bautista had an unfortunate mishap that caused him to crash, so he was unable to finish the Japanese GP.
3d | Danilo Petrucci - Pramac Racing
“It was an extraordinary race. After Mugello this is the podium that makes me happier. I tried to push from the first laps and when I was in front with a good gap I thought I could get to the end and win my first victory. Dovi and Marc, however, have been faster. It was nice to be behind them to see that battle. I feel very close to being there and I will try in the next three races. I would like to thank the team for their great work. This is a great moment for us”. x | Alvaro Bautista Arce - Aspar Team
"I don't know what caused my crash. I entered the corner off the gas, without braking, and I lost the rear. We were having a good weekend and we had found a good feeling in the wet, which was getting better, but this morning we were told that we couldn't use the soft front tire. In the warm-up my good feeling disappeared. We didn't have time to react with the medium front, as we couldn't work on anything. Everything we had done before was spoiled. I'm unhappy with the situation; it is not fair that this be changed at a crucial moment. We could have been fighting for the top ten, now that we are getting better in the wet." You will be able to cheer for REV'IT! riders @abautista19
the 22nd of October during the race in Phillip Island, Australia.
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