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PICS: de Angelis sends Suter down the Waterfall

The Alex de Angelis fall during German Moto2 race.
The closing stages of the recent German Moto2 race saw Alex de Angelis' Tasca Racing Suter lying in the middle of the track after the Sammarinese fell at the infamous Turn 11 'Waterfall' corner.

A Safety Car looked like it might be needed to clear the bike, but it was ultimately removed under waved yellow flags…

Alex de Angelis falls during Sachsenring Moto2 race (1)
Alex de Angelis falls during Sachsenring Moto2 race (2)
Alex de Angelis falls during Sachsenring Moto2 race (3)
Alex de Angelis falls during Sachsenring Moto2 race (4)
Alex de Angelis falls during Sachsenring Moto2 race (5)
Alex de Angelis falls during Sachsenring Moto2 race (6)
Alex de Angelis falls during Sachsenring Moto2 race (7)
Alex de Angelis falls during Sachsenring Moto2 race (8)
Alex de Angelis falls during Sachsenring Moto2 race (9)


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