Bagnaia’s Strategic Shift: Revolutionizing MotoGP at Jerez

Bagnaia's Strategic Shift: Revolutionizing MotoGP at Jerez

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Bagnaia used Jerez MotoGP practice as a test for "big" change

The reigning double world champion has won the last two Spanish Grands Prix at Jerez but faces challenges after a non-score in Portugal and a sixth place finish in America. One of the key issues for Bagnaia has been a rear vibration that has been intermittent in the first three rounds, affecting other Ducati riders as well. Despite a subdued start to practice on Friday at Jerez, Bagnaia broke his own lap record from last year during the afternoon session. He expressed satisfaction with using a different strategy on Friday, viewing it as a successful test session with various improvements. Bagnaia credited enhanced feelings on braking and entry, while acknowledging the looming vibration challenge on Saturday. Ducati has been investigating and addressing the vibration issues, potentially linked to changes in Michelin rear tyre construction in 2024.

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