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Rossi “didn’t understand” why he crashed in MotoGP French GP

Valentino Rossi "didn't understand" why he crashed on the opening lap of the MotoGP French Grand Prix and called his third-successive non-finish a "great shame". The Yamaha rider started from 10th and was in the middle of the pack on the run up to the Dunlop chicane on the opening lap of Sunday's Le Mans race when the rear of his M1 swung round on him. His crash forced Yamaha team-mate Maverick Vinales, Suzuki's Joan Mir and Aprilia's Aleix Espargaro to take avoiding action and run through the chicane, while Rossi was unable to rejoin. It marked his third DNF in three races, having crashed out of second in the Catalan GP and retired from the Emilia Romagna GP at Misano...
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