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Sam Lowes 'couldn’t have done any more' in Moto2 title showdown

Despite a season bookended by injuries, Sam Lowes came within nine points of the Moto2 title and delivered his best-yet grand prix season. Check out the Crash MotoGP YouTube channel - CLICK HERE A spring shoulder injury meant Lowes' first race of the year came four-months after his rivals, at Jerez rather than Qatar, where a front-row start gave a glimpse of what was to come. Winless since returning to Moto2 from a miserable 2017 MotoGP season at Aprilia, plenty had questioned the decision by reigning champion's Marc VDS to sign Lowes for 2020. But by round five Lowes had caught-up to third place in the standings, only for a braking error and disqualification from the second Red Bull Ring...
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