Francesco Bagnaia1997-01-14 (age 24)
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Ducati’s Francesco Bagnaia admits he’s “happy” to lead the MotoGP standings for the first time but says he’ll “start to be slower” if he thinks about the championship now.
Ducati MotoGP rider Francesco Bagnaia says it was “impossible to see” the yellow flags which cost him a record-smashing pole position at the Portuguese Grand Prix.
Francesco Bagnaia says “confidence” in his Ducati caused the mistake which cost him a podium shot in the MotoGP Doha Grand Prix, admitting it was “unacceptable” as a factory rider.
Francesco Bagnaia says Ducati has not made him feel like a number two rider in its factory MotoGP squad, despite team-mate Jack Miller being tipped as an early title favourite.
The Ducati MotoGP squad has unveiled a revised livery for its 2021 Desmosedici at its official team launch presentation, with Lenovo becoming its title sponsor
Tech3's Miguel Oliveira says Pramac rider Francesco Bagnaia "was acting childish" after the pair had a run-in on track during MotoGP qualifying for the French Grand Prix
Francesco Bagnaia says his promotion to the factory Ducati MotoGP team for 2021 is 'deserved' for the "great job" he has done this year on the Pramac-run GP20
Ducati has announced it has chosen Francesco Bagnaia to replace the outgoing Andrea Dovizioso for the 2021 MotoGP season, while Johann Zarco steps up to Pramac as a works rider
Francesco Bagnaia thinks MotoGP should implement new rules on where riders are allowed to deposit visor tearoffs after Pramac team-mate Jack Miller's race was ended by one at Misano
Francesco Bagnaia believes his crash out of a commanding MotoGP Emilia Romagna Grand Prix lead was caused by a visor tearoff or "something dirty on track"
Maverick Vinales took his first win of the 2020 MotoGP season after a late crash for long-time leader Francesco Bagnaia gifted the Yamaha rider the Emilia Romagna Grand Prix
Valentino Rossi says his protege Francesco Bagnaia is riding the Ducati in "the perfect way" at the MotoGP Emilia Romagna Grand Prix at Misano
Maverick Vinales claimed back-to-back Misano MotoGP poles after Francesco Bagnaia's final record-setting lap time in Emilia Romagna Grand Prix qualifying was cancelled
Pramac Ducati's Francesco Bagnaia blitzed the Misano lap record to top third practice for the MotoGP Emilia Romagna Grand Prix despite suffering a late crash
Pramac Ducati rider Francesco Bagnaia admitted he was not expecting to score his maiden MotoGP podium on his return from a broken leg at the San Marino Grand Prix
Valentino Rossi says he hopes to see his protege Francesco Bagnaia "dressed in red" for the 2021 MotoGP season as Ducati nears a decision on its future works team line-up
Ducati has confirmed it has agreed a new two-year MotoGP deal with Francesco Bagnaia and will retain Johann Zarco for 2021, though is yet to decide their teams
Pramac Ducati MotoGP rider Francesco Bagnaia will miss this weekend's Czech Grand Prix after fracturing his right knee in a crash during FP1 on Friday at Brno
Francesco Bagnaia says his strong Andalusian Grand Prix weekend has made him feel like a "fully-fledged MotoGP rider", after a technical issue cost him a maiden podium
Francesco Bagnaia beat Maverick Vinales in a chaotic second #StayAtHomeGP MotoGP Esports race around a virtual Red Bull Ring
Pramac Ducati rookie Francesco Bagnaia moved to the top of the times in second practice for this weekend's Italian Grand Prix at Mugello, ahead of fellow MotoGP newcomer Fabio Quartararo
Newly-crowned Moto2 champion Francesco Bagnaia has revealed he passed up a "possibility" to graduate to MotoGP in 2018 to try to win the intermediate category instead
MotoGP-bound Valentino Rossi protege Francesco Bagnaia wrapped up the 2018 Moto2 title by finishing third at Sepang behind race winner Luca Marini and title rival Miguel Oliveira
Italian rising star Francesco Bagnaia will graduate to MotoGP as a factory-contracted Ducati rider in 2019, joining satellite team Pramac
Francesco Bagnaia from Valentino Rossi's rider academy will test one of Aspar Ducati's MotoGP bikes next month, following his Sepang Moto3 victory
Moto3 race winner Francesco Bagnaia will return to Valentino Rossi's junior squad next year when it moves up to Moto2