Video: Bagnaia (second) delivers great visuals / MotoGP

Francesco “Pecco” Bagnaia drove the MotoGP Armada Ducati runner-up at Mugello on Friday and provided viewers on screens with stunning insights thanks to the shoulder cam.

For his home doctor in Mugello, Pecco Bagnaia wears the new “shoulder camera” on his left shoulder. The five-time MotoGP winner was impressed by the images provided by this special compact camera. The Ducati star smiled, “Even if I’m sorry we can now see how we use the Ride Height.” It’s not a secret anyway. It’s beautiful and Busin in particular is impressive,” he pointed to the 15th and final corner of the 5,245-kilometre Mugello circuit. “I didn’t think I was that low. Your chin is really low. I wasn’t expecting it, really impressive.”

As a driver, have you noticed anything about the camera built into the leather suit? “No. You only feel it when you are standing, but not on the motorbike,” Bagnaia waves. This is yet another reason for his plans to draw TV viewers for the rest of the weekend.

Pecco’s start at the Italian Grand Prix was promising with a second place after FP2. “I am satisfied that we managed to work with the front medium tire, although in today’s setting you will definitely use the hard compound. It was very hot and the average mix was within its limits. But since it’s supposed to be cooler on Sunday, this work will definitely help us a lot in the case of a dry race.”

In fact, rain is expected in Mugello during the weekend. “Tomorrow seems to be just after the qualifiers. It can help us,” the Italian factory Ducati driver thinks. “If it rains, we hope for FP4 so we don’t qualify while we are completely clueless. Sunday will be more difficult, it should be cold and cloudy and the probability of rain is higher.”

On Dry Friday, six Ducati riders ended up in the top ten, and four GP22 races could be found in positions 2-5. Is this the ultimate proof of Desmosedici’s influence this year? We worked hard for it,” Bajnaya replied with a satisfied smile. “This is as it should be. If you look at speed, then Enea [Bastianini auf der GP21] But faster than the other GP22 up front. In terms of race speed, we still have some work to do. But I am glad we were able to improve this situation significantly. We’ve always worked great with the team and today we’ve taken another step forward. I really like the GP22 at the moment, we were able to set it up really well. “

However, the 25-year-old Italian is reluctant to predict the rest of the weekend. “It’s very difficult today to guess because everyone used different tyres. We focused on the average – the average and I have to say the pace was very strong.”

In addition to Bagnaia, Bastianini is also the fastest of the day, Aleix Espargaró (Aprilia) and last year’s winner, Fabio Quartararo (Yamaha), among the candidates. “Fabio has had a little more problems than last year,” Bagnaia noted. “I see I have a bit of an advantage because I’ve driven the car more than 1:46 times. But it’s hard to do a race where you start, push and go away. It’s also going to be a lot tighter tomorrow because at a certain point you can’t improve the pace that much anymore. You also have to accommodate the tyres. However, from my point of view, today was very positive because I went well right away, which usually happens with Yamaha and Suzuki.”

MotoGP and Mugello combined timings after FP2 (May 27):

1. Alex Espargaro, Aprilia, 1:45.891 min
2. Bagnaia, Ducati, +0.049 seconds
3-Miller, Ducati, +0.422.0000
4. Zarco, Ducati +0.458
5- Marini – Ducati: +0.471.2007
6. Bastianini, Ducati +0.504
7. Brad Bender, KTM, +0.548,200,000
8. Pizzi, Ducati, +0.582
9. Quartararo, Yamaha +0.628
10. Paul Espargaro, Honda, +0.727
11. Martin, Ducati +0.738
12. Marc Marquez – Honda +0.767
13. Nakagami – Honda +0.711
14. Rins, Suzuki, +0.772
15. Oliveira, KTM, +0.927.0000
16. Di Gianantonio, Ducati +1,024
17. Vinales, Aprilia, +1162
18- Alex Marquez, Honda +1,260
19. MIR, Suzuki +1.378
20. Pirro, Ducati, +1.541
21. Morbidley, Yamaha, +1.577
22. Dovizioso, Yamaha +1,692
23. Gardner, KTM, +1,793
24. Darren Bender, Yamaha, +1.796
25. Raul Fernandez, KTM +2.107
26. Savadori, Aprilia, +2197

MotoGP, Mugello and FP2:

1. Alex Espargaro, Aprilia, 1:45.891 min
2. Bagnaia, Ducati, +0.049 seconds
3-Miller, Ducati, +0.422.0000
4. Zarco, Ducati +0.458
5- Marini – Ducati: +0.471.2007
6. Bastianini, Ducati +0.504
7. Brad Bender, KTM, +0.548,200,000
8. Pizzi, Ducati, +0.582
9. Quartararo, Yamaha +0.628
10. Paul Espargaro, Honda, +0.727
11. Martin, Ducati +0.738
12. Marc Marquez – Honda +0.767
13. Rins, Suzuki +0.772.72
14. Oliveira, KTM +0.927
15. Nakagami +0.961.37
16. Di Gianantonio, Ducati +1,024
17. Vinales, Aprilia, +1162
18- Alex Marquez, Honda +1,260
19. MIR, Suzuki +1.378
20. Morbidley, Yamaha, +1.577
21- Dovizioso, Yamaha +1,692
22. Gardner, KTM, +1,793
23. Darren Bender, Yamaha, +1.796
24. Pirro, Ducati, +1.835
25. Raul Fernandez, KTM +2.107
26. Savadori, Aprilia, +2197

MotoGP, Mugello and FP1:

1. Nakagami, Honda, 1:46.662 minutes
2. Alex Espargaro, Aprilia, +0.408 seconds
3. Bagnaia, Ducati +0.408
4. Rins, Suzuki, +0.409
5. Bastianini, Ducati +0.524
6. Vinales, Aprilia +0.529
7- Miller, Ducati, +0.653.2007
8. Paul Espargaro, Honda +0.705
9. Zarco, Ducati +0.705
10- Marini, Ducati, +0.721.0000
11. Quartararo, Yamaha +0.731
12. Pirro – Ducati +0.770
13. Alex Marquez – Honda +0.900
14. Besicchi, Ducati +0.922
15. MIR, Suzuki +0.996
16. Morbidley, Yamaha, +1.065
17. Brad Bender, KTM, +1.084
18. Oliverira, KTM, +1.158
19. Marc Marquez, Honda, +1.213
20. Martin, Ducati, +1.241
21- Dovizioso, Yamaha +1.416
22 – Savadore, Aprilia, +1.591
23. Di Giannantonio, Ducati, +1,673
24. Darren Bender, Yamaha +2,248
25. Raul Fernandez, KTM +2.249
26. Remy Gardner, KTM +2,298

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