Set to end a barren sprint run without a win on Saturday since last year’s Austrian GP, Bagnaia fell off his factory Ducati at Turn 5 on the last lap of 12 while eight tenths clear of Aprilia’s Espargaro.Espargaro, who started from pole but got beaten up in the early laps, had recovered to second on lap eight and was promoted to the lead when Bagnaia crashed.It marks his first sprint win of …Keep reading