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LOWES OUT OF LUCK AT MOTEGI

Sam Lowes’s Grand Prix of Japan lasted less than two laps as while on full throttle, the Briton had a coming together with South Africa’s Binder – who lost control of his KTM forcing the blameless Lowes to an inevitable and unfortunate retirement from the race.

 

This DNF wraps up a difficult weekend for the standard bearer of Team Federal Oil Gresini Moto2, who deserved better luck in the race – especially in light of a very competitive race pace which could have put him in the battle for a top-ten finish.

 

The high speed accident with Binder also left the English rider with a big bruise in his left hand, from which he should recover in time in order to be on track at Phillip Island in less than a week.

 

DNF – SAM LOWES #22

“Luckily there’s nothing broken in the hand, even though it hurts a lot. I knew I could be competitive on the dry because we worked well on Friday and that showed as I was racing with Martin before the coming together, which no one was to blame for… Martin was on the podium today and we could have been there with him.”


LOWES OUT OF LUCK AT MOTEGI - Gresini Racing
LOWES OUT OF LUCK AT MOTEGI - Gresini Racing
LOWES OUT OF LUCK AT MOTEGI - Gresini Racing

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