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Moto3 Malaysia: Bastianini threads through fallen Leopards - PICS

Former Moto3 title contender Enea Bastianini somehow threaded his way between fallen Leopard team-mates Efren Vazquez and Hiroki Ono during Sunday's Malaysian Moto3 Grand Prix...

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October 30, 2015 12:34 PM

Cool, I cann't even do that on a PlayStation. Forget a real bike. Enea improved from the last week, he learnt that if you see a light blue bike in front of you expect to see the wheels riding on top of the handle bars.

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