Pecco Bagnaia: Humble and Determined to Prove Himself in Ducati's MotoGP Dominance
Pecco Bagnaia doesn't believe he has earned the right to be considered a key figure in Ducati's MotoGP dominance. Speaking to Motorsport.com, the Italian rider acknowledged that he has yet to prove himself as a leading force within the team, despite the recent success of his teammates.
According to Bagnaia, it's not just about winning races, but also about consistently performing at a high level. While he has shown glimpses of his potential, he recognizes that he needs to put in more work to establish himself as a top rider in the highly competitive MotoGP field.
Bagnaia also acknowledged that his struggles during the 2020 season, when he suffered multiple crashes and injuries, set him back in his development. However, he remains optimistic and is determined to bounce back stronger in the upcoming season.
While Bagnaia may not view himself as a key figure in Ducati's MotoGP dominance just yet, his talent and potential are undeniable. With hard work and a bit of luck, he may very well become a leading force in the sport in the years to come.