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@Ostravar74 If the result of this race should be nullified then the same goes for Assen. Sometimes things happen to a rider that are totally beyond his control.
It's all very well saying "if Karel didn't have a clutch problem" or "if race direction hadn't stopped the race" then Dani wouldn't have started from the back. Or indeed "if Hector hadn't screwed up..." Just as it's all very well saying "if Alvaro hadn't been a complete and utter ****wit at Assen then Lorenzo would probably have at least 20 points more than he does now".
What's happened has happened. It levels out Jorge and Dani in the bad luck stakes this year.
Once upon a time grands prix had a rule where each rider had to drop his worst result. The idea being that it evened out riders who'd had one really bad weekend with the riders who'd been lucky all season, but at least this year luck itself has evened things out between the two main contenders.