Francesco Bagnaia has no intention of leaving Ducati

MDP Live - The Italian racer, Francesco Bagnaia, admitted that he had no intention of leaving Ducati at all. Although his contract is short, he will soon sign a new contract in the near future.

As is known, Francesco Bagnaia's old contract will expire at the end of the 2022 season. With the remaining contract dwindling, rumors surfaced that Bagnaia could change teams. Moreover, Bagnaia's performance is improving rapidly in the past year.

Responding to rumors circulating to the public, Bagnaia finally clarified. He explained that he was still comfortable with Ducati. Before undergoing the 2022 season, he wanted to sign a new contract to guarantee his future.

"We can and must aim for the best results. The key is that we always have to be fast and consistent. Indeed, winning races is important but what makes the difference is consistency. I think we have prepared well for this new season," said Bagnaia. .

"This (together with Ducati) is a very beautiful thing. We will again discuss a new contract in this period (before the competition). It will be very calming if I can welcome the new season with certainty about the next season, "he said once again.

Ducati itself is indeed labeled as one of the best factory teams today. Bagnaia is certainly reluctant to take risks by moving to another team that is not necessarily suitable.

MotoGP 2022 schedule is very busy, Francesco Bagnaia is tired

MDP Live - Lenovo's Ducati racer, Francesco Bagnaia, knows the 2022 MotoGP schedule will be very busy. He also admitted that he would not have time to relax.

Dorna Sports, the MotoGP organizer, has added two more races to the 2022 MotoGP. As a result, the riders will have 21 races in one season.

Indonesia and Finland will be the two new hosts for the 2022 MotoGP. For your information, the 2022 Indonesian MotoGP will take place at the Mandalika Circuit, 18-20 March.

Responding to the hectic 2022 season, Bagnaia admitted that he would be quite tired. The reason is, the time for the racers to rest will be reduced.

“Sometimes, you feel really tired. We don't have much time to relax," said Bagnaia, quoted from Italy 24 News, Monday (24/1/2022).

In addition, the RNF Yamaha rider, Andrea Dovizioso, also seems a bit objected to the hectic schedule for next season. The Italian racer also admitted that he didn't really want to think about it

"I don't even want to think about it," said the 35-year-old racer.

Even so, the tight schedule for next season may decrease over time. The reason is, new cases of Covid-19 continue to surge in almost all over the world which may affect the racing schedule for next season.