Bezzecchi “doesn’t want to expect” MotoGP podiums just after Assen accomplishment

The VR46 Ducati rookie stormed to his and the team’s maiden MotoGP podium very last Sunday at Assen, when he shadowed Ducati’s Francesco Bagnaia to end next soon after qualifying fourth.

It marked his next leading five finish of the period, just after he was fourth at Mugello obtaining competent 2nd.

But despite riding the 2021-spec Ducati that has received a few races in the palms of Enea Bastianini this yr, Bezzecchi states he doesn’t want to start out expecting podium rates in the 2nd fifty percent of the year.

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“Obviously it’s really, pretty critical of study course, simply because it was a thing I was dreaming to achieve and I did not hope to attain it so early,” he said of his Assen podium.

“But in the conclusion, I’m however a rookie, so my mentality is this: when I occur back again for the second component of the season, I do not want to hope a superior race like this often since there will be tracks where by I battle extra, and one particular exactly where I battle significantly less.

“So, the most effective way to go on the work is to check out to make the very best each individual race.

“When there is the likelihood like these days, try out to use this possibility to get the greatest consequence.

Marco Bezzecchi, VR46 Racing Workforce Photograph by: Gold and Goose / Motorsport Photos

“But when I don’t have the possibility, try out to get the highest of that working day – if it’s a P10, or a P12, or a different podium.

“The podium is far better, this is distinct, but I assume becoming a rookie it is ordinary to have some ups and downs.”

Bezzecchi joins fellow VR46 Academy customers in Bagnaia and Franco Morbidelli in scoring MotoGP podiums, with 23-calendar year-previous Bezzecchi dedicating his maiden rostrum to Rossi.

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“It was excellent, simply because Vale and all the Academy made an incredible position,” he additional.

“I imagine without the need of Vale for confident I could not be in the globe championship, for the reason that he took me on when I was 15, 14, and to get there below is amazing.

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“So, this is all for him and all for the riders’ academy.

“They always assist us and this yr I imagine they built a substantial step.”