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The crashes he's had in races weren't bad luck they were rider error, unfortunate to get run off the track at Phillip Island but that sort of thing happens to everyone at some stage and it was no one's fault, just a 'racing incident'....running out of fuel is a mistake made by the team, it also happened to Sykes, but beyond the finish line. They weren't on their own, it happened to Haslam also but Stiggy is a rookie team so they have no prior data, Yamaha should know better. If you want a real case of bad luck its Neurkirchner, now out for months thro' no fault of his own...hope he heals well.



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