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The Ducati rider received final weekend’s Malaysian Grand Prix, however with Fabio Quartararo ending third it wasn’t sufficient to wrap up the title.
Because of this, Bagnaia heads to subsequent week’s Valencia GP in want of simply two factors to win the championship in what can be simply the fifth last spherical title-decider within the trendy MotoGP period.
With Quartararo’s solely doable method of defending his title being to win in Valencia, Bagnaia doesn’t have to take any undue dangers to make sure Ducati’s first MotoGP riders’ championship since 2007.
However Bagnaia says he won’t alter his method to Valencia as using too cautiously is extra more likely to result in issues.
“For certain will probably be, by way of the championship, a bit higher,” Bagnaia mentioned of the Valencia race.
“However usually if you end up too cautious you could be in hassle, since you are within the group, it’s harder to do issues, the entrance tyre goes [through] strain [changes].
“So, I’ll attempt to do like at all times, not like this [weekend] as a result of I crashed an excessive amount of.
Enea Bastianini, Gresini Racing and Francesco Bagnaia, Ducati Group
Photograph by: Gold and Goose / Motorsport Images
“However [I need to] be good, perceive the whole lot, after which within the race if I’ve the chance to win I’ll attempt to win.
“I’ll watch for Friday in Valencia, hoping for dry periods, after which I’ll see what is going to occur.”
Bagnaia endured a troublesome Malaysian weekend previous to his victory, as he crashed twice on Saturday and ended up ninth on the grid.
However the Italian says he desires to take to Valencia the data that he received the Malaysian GP “with out forcing” his bike.
“Now I can chill out,” he added.
“The weekend [in Malaysia] was fairly robust for the errors I did [on Saturday].
“So, for Valencia I want to perceive that we could be robust sufficient with out forcing like we did [on Saturday].
“And right now was the demonstration that our tempo was ok with out doing loopy issues.”