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MAHINDRA ROBBED OF CLASSIC END TO BEST-EVER SEASON

Aspar Mahindra Team rider Francesco ‘Pecco’ Bagnaia was robbed of a clear third in the world championship in today’s Valencia GP, when for a second time in three races he was sent flying as innocent victim of a mistake by the same rival rider.

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Bagnaia Fights For Top Ten At Japanese GP

Team Aspar Mahindra rider Pecco Bagnaia claimed a fighting top-ten finish at today's Japanese GP, coming through from 12th on the grid to tussle with the lead group, and cross the line in seventh, fending off his closest rival by one hundredth of a second.

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MARTIN TAKES TOP SIX IN THRILLING ARAGON GP

Aspar Mahindra Team rider Jorge Martin took a brutally hard-fought sixth place in today's Aragon GP, overcoming pain and weakness from right foot injuries that ruled him out of the last race just two weeks ago.

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MAHINDRA SECOND AS BAGNAIA CLIMBS CHAMPIONSHIP LADDER

Team Aspar Mahindra rider Francesco "Pecco" Bagnaia fought to a brilliant second place finish in a hold-your-breath Moto3 battle at Silverstone today, finishing less than two tenths of a second away from victory at the sharp end of a 12-strong brawl.

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DOUBLE TROUBLE IN SPAIN FOR MAHINDRA PAIR

Aspar Mahindra riders Pecco Bagnaia and Jorge Martin endured their worst race of the season so far in today's Grand Prix of Catalunya - the first time in seven races that at least one of the factory-backed Mahindra MGP3O riders has not finished in the points, with each falling out of the race.

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MAHINDRA MAKES HISTORY WITH EPIC FIRST WIN AT ASSEN

Italian teenager Pecco Bagnaia made history at Assen today - fighting every inch of the way to claim not only his first grand prix win, not only the first win for the Mahindra Moto3 team, but the first ever in the history of the sport for an Indian constructor.

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PODIUM JOY FOR MAHINDRA IN ITALIAN THRILLER

Aspar Mahindra rider Pecco Bagnaia took a third podium finish in the sixth race of the 2016 season, finishing only seven hundredths of a second from a first race win after 20 breath-taking laps in today's thrilling Italian GP.

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