How Bastianini escaped rock bottom and sent Ducati 'a message'

Enea Bastianini's spectacular return to MotoGP form in the Malaysian Grand Prix could hardly have come at a better time amid what he's readily described as a "s**t season".Much of Bastianini's first year in works Ducati colours has been conditioned by two major injuries, the first one ruling him out of six races and the second costing him another three starts.But his form on the 2023-spec Ducati has also looked rather indifferent, and with seemingly little progress in the lead-up to Sepang against the backdrop of Jorge Martin's phenomenal title-chasing form at Pramac, it meant the possibility of swapping the…

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