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Rossi: ‘Two mistakes in a row have ruled me out of the championship’

Valentino Rossi reckons his charge for an eighth premier class title is now over after crashing out of the Catalan Grand Prix from second place in the latter stages. Rossi suffered his second-successive crash after losing the front of his Yamaha M1 at Turn 2 while chasing Fabio Quartararo for the lead of the Spanish contest, his second straight non-score dropping him to 11th in the riders standings-50 points back from leader Quartararo with six races remaining. The Italian also low-sided out of his second home event at Misano last weekend on the opening lap into Turn 4, a race he was also expected to display potentially race-winning speed. The factory Yamaha racer admitted that he was...
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