The reigning MotoGP world champion clashed with Maverick Vinales within the French GP final Sunday and underwent checks on the medical centre at Le Mans which didn’t detect any harm.
However having felt ache in his proper leg for the reason that crash, Bagnaia has since undergone checks at Misano’s medical centre which revealed “a small partial talus bone fracture”, Ducati defined in a staff assertion.
In response to data launched by Ducati, the harm is assessed as “minor” and subsequently “won’t forestall Bagnaia’s participation within the subsequent Italian GP” which is scheduled at Mugello on the 9-11 June.
After the crash on Sunday at Le Mans, and the truth that the docs on the circuit didn’t detect any harm, Bagnaia took a number of days off to take care of the irritation in his proper ankle.
Regardless of this, the rider travelled to Misano on Thursday to coach with the VR46 Academy riders, utilizing a Ducati Superbike Panigale V4, however ache prevented him from ending the session. The 26-year-old went on to the medical centre, the place they detected the fracture.
Francesco Bagnaia, Ducati Group
Picture by: Marc Fleury
The complete Ducati assertion learn: “As Bagnaia was nonetheless feeling some ache in his proper ankle, following final Sunday’s crash within the French GP, Pecco determined to endure additional checks on the Medical Centre in Misano, which discovered a small partial talus bone fracture.
“This minor harm won’t forestall Bagnaia’s participation within the subsequent Italian GP, scheduled in three weeks at Mugello. Pecco will subsequently work arduous to totally get well and be in excellent health for our house grand prix.”
Ducati ought to be capable of name on a totally match manufacturing unit line-up at Mugello, with Bagnaia’s team-mate Enea Bastianini anticipated to return having been out of motion with a shoulder harm suffered in a heavy crash on the opener in Portugal.
The Italian did try a comeback in Spain in April however was compelled to withdraw as a result of harm.