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The Championship picture after a topsy-turvy Australian GP

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So, instead of a 23-point deficit, the gap is just 14 points. Intriguingly, however, that means Quartararo’s hopes are not in his own hands – even if he wins in Malaysia and Valencia, he may not win the Championship given that the difference between first and second place in either Grand Prix is five points. In fact, a second place and a third place in the final two races would guarantee Bagnaia the title because, even if Quartararo does win both, they will be tied on points and the countback would read six wins to FB63 and five to FQ20. Will Pecco play percentages from now on, or go all-out?

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