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Desperation: Bezzecchi Feeling Uneasy as MotoGP Argentina GP Proved to be Wet

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At the end of a wet race at Rio Hondo, Italy’s Bezzecchi created history with his first ever win in MotoGP and this also marks the team of Valentino Rossi’s very first victory. Bezzecchi was on top from the start since he took over 1st position from 2nd place on lap one and kept winning until he passed the finish line which was more than 4 seconds ahead from those in following him.

Bezzecchi said he was feeling optimistic about winning on Sunday morning, because his speed on Saturday had been so good. But when he saw it was raining outside, his mood changed to disappointment.

Bezzecchi was really excited and amazed after his first ever MotoGP win. He felt really hopeful before the race, thinking that he can do a good job if he doesn’t make any mistakes. Then it started to rain and he got worried, because he knew he could have been even better if it weren’t raining.

When Marco Bezzecchi from the VR46 Racing Team saw it raining during a race he was preparing for, he was very worried. But after getting on his bike to practice in the rain, he felt amazing! He said that the race itself went incredibly well and while he isn’t sure why, he knew that everything just felt great.

“Racing in this kind of event is not easy at all,” said Bezzecchi, who hadn’t won a grand prix previously. “I felt really good and I was trying to be careful with the bike so that my tires wouldn’t wear out too quickly.

I kept talking to myself to stay focused since there were still 14 laps left for me to complete when I looked at the laps for the first time.

“When I said that was fast, the last 14 laps felt really long and hard to do.”

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