MotoGP Mugello Preview 2018

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By Bruce Allen ‘s home crib. Armed with his new contract, it is step-up time for an Italian rider on Italian equipment with an Italian crew performing in an Italian shrine.

It is Andrea Dovizioso‘s time. He is the #1 rider for Ducati Corse. This is his best opportunity to slow down the runaway freight train with the number 93. The Desmosedici has been designed to perform well here. He won last year’s race.

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Andrea Iannone has tasted success at Mugello, taking podiums in 2015 and 2016 while riding for Ducati.

We could say much the same thing about Andrea Iannone, who has done well here of late, except that he now rides for Ecstar Suzuki. He’s posted a second and a third here in the last three years and must be considered a bona fide challenger on Sunday. How well the GSX-RR holds up on the long Strait of Mugello will determine whether he can take a shot at Marc Marquez. Or Dovizioso.

Sunday’s Contestants in The Main Event

(Channeling Michael Buffer at this moment.) “The challengers in this year’s Rumble in Tuscany include, next to Andrea and Andrea, wearing #9 in red, from Terni, Italy, on the Praaaaaaamac Ducati, ladies and gentlemen, (as the crowd goes wild)

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Danilo Petrucci currently sits fifth in the standings, just two points behind Valentino Rossi.

DanEEEEEElo PetrrrUUUUUUUUUcci!” Danilo Petrucci seems to have taken the bit in his teeth of late, understanding that his main rival for a factory Ducati next year is no longer a triple world champion. It is the suddenly fast Jack Miller, on a GP17 who, given everything we know about him, could win Sunday’s race. Petrucci finished on the podium last year and is at the top of his game right now. Winning at Mugello …read more

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