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November 16th, 2017, 09:51 PM   #1
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Numbers in - the crashers of 2017

Numbers will surprise in some cases I suspect



Rossi, Dov and Hector have the smaller number of the ful ltimers

Lowes, Marky Marc and Bautista have the most.

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So THAT’S why Aprilia can’t afford a full scale WSBK program...
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The leap from '15 - 16/17...
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So Cals problems stem from the Michelins then?
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So Cals problems stem from the Michelins then?
I don't know about that. A lot of riders had a +10 crash increase when they switched but what did remain the same to previous years is Cal being one of the top crashers. So I'd say Cals problem is the same it has always been. Cal.
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Numbers will surprise in some cases I suspect



Rossi, Dov and Hector have the smaller number of the ful ltimers

Lowes, Marky Marc and Bautista have the most.
A rider cannot crash as often as MM does without eventually getting badly injured (something like CS at Indy).
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Also, Rossi and Dovi's numbers are outstanding.

MM crashed more in 2017 than VR did in the past six seasons.
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Also, Rossi and Dovi's numbers are outstanding.

MM crashed more in 2017 than VR did in the past six seasons.
How many times did Dovi crash in 2016 that were not of his own doing? 3?
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How many times did Dovi crash in 2016 that were not of his own doing? 3?
Good point.

AI took him out and DP took him out but I can't remember the third?
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Good point.

AI took him out and DP took him out but I can't remember the third?
Did AI get him once or twice? Someone with a better memory then I will know.
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