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Germany WSS: Lowes closes on title as Sofuoglu crashes out

Rallying with Zanetti early on, Riccardo Russo would fade to sixth position, the youngster finishing just ahead of Roberto Tamburini, Jack Kennedy, David Salom and Florian Marino.

Outside the top ten, Alex Baldolini picked up more points for Suzuki in 11th, ahead of Christian Iddon, the Briton paying for a mistake that saw him run on at the hairpin to finish 12th having been battling for the top five. Luca Scassa, Raffaele de Rosa and Roberto Rolfo rounded out the points' paying positions.

As well as the disappointment for Sofuoglu and Leonov, there was heartache for Ronan Quarmby, the South African starring in the early stages to run fourth before his Pro Race Honda cried enough on lap six.



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Sam Lowes, German WSS 2013
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RRalph

September 01, 2013 2:05 PM

That is it Sam. Let Your ridding do the talking, much better results! Now what to do next year? I was in favor of Superbike but since Dorna clearlly wants to make it second rate, to bring up MotoGP, Moto2 seems like the better option unfortunatelly.



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