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September 12th, 2021, 10:01 AM   #1
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A bit of a crash fest but an incredible ride by Raul Fernandez and Augusto too. Remy gets a bit of a gift from Sam Lowes as Sam did what Sam does.
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A middling good race. Interesting that points leaders in MGP and M2 hate this track. I really like Gardiner and look forward to seeing him back on the top of the podium. He's not as bull in the China shops as last year, but just as aggressive. Very focused.


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A middling good race. Interesting that points leaders in MGP and M2 hate this track. I really like Gardiner and look forward to seeing him back on the top of the podium. He's not as bull in the China shops as last year, but just as aggressive. Very focused.


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Looking like a more cerebral rider than his dad at this particular point in time. Finishing 2nd or 3rd at a track which is bad for you is a good method for winning titles.

He is aggressive if he has the pace, takes the points if he doesn’t. 2nd was a bonus, not that Lowes crashing out is at all unusual, but Remy was fairly obviously going to settle for 3rd which was the best result available to him absent Lowes’ crash. He still qualified well, and if he keeps doing that he won’t get shuffled back at the start as he did for his 7th place finish which was his poorest result this season.

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Looking like a more cerebral rider than his dad at this particular point in time. Finishing 2nd or 3rd at a track which is bad for you is a good method for winning titles.

He is aggressive if he has the pace, takes the points if he doesn’t. 2nd was a bonus, not that Lowes crashing out is at all unusual, but Remy was fairly obviously going to settle for 3rd which was the best result available to him absent Lowes’ crash. He still qualified well, and if he keeps doing that he won’t get shuffled back at the start as he did for his 7th place finish which was his poorest result this season.
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