MotoGP Guidotti warns of Bagnaia: “he has always believed in himself and his confidence is very high” – MotoGP


After ten years with Pramac and therefore with Ducati, Francesco Guidotti embarks on a new adventure with KTM, as official team manager in MotoGP. This is how he gets to know Brad Binder and Miguel Oliveira, but he knows that he is leaving a Pecco Bagnaia that he has seen turn into a potential candidate for the world title in 2022. And the Italian does not go against predictions in the evaluation of his compatriot …

Francesco Guidotti in 2022 he will meet the challenge of his management career by wearing the colors of a factory in this strategic position. It will be to KTM that it takes on a new dimension or is consumed. At the same time, the same season will be essential for a Pecco Bagnaia which has become the builder’s favorite Ducati to bring back a world title lost since 2007 and Casey Stoner.

The two men playing big this year know each other well. And Guidotti so present Bagnaia : ” perhaps in his third year in MotoGP he felt experienced enough to handle any situation. I don’t think anything special happened, he just has enough experience to push the throttle »He analyzes.

Guidotti: Pecco Bagnaia is a champion

But the 49-year-old also said on Speedweek: he has always believed in himself and his confidence in him is very high. In some circumstances, that limited him a bit as a rookie at first. The second year was pretty good, but not good enough. He once reached the podium, fighting for Grand Prix victories. But 2020 was a strange year “.

Guidotti concludes: “ Pecco is a champion, he just has to start the coming season at the same level as last year. Fabio Quartararo did the same, as did every other driver who has won a title. He cannot afford weakness and has to give his best every day, although he cannot always make it onto the podium. “. It will be remembered that the 24-year-old Turinian moved to the factory team Ducati in 2021 to finally reach second place in the world championship with four wins and five more podiums.

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