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Electronics let down 'heartbroken' Smith in MotoGP French GP

A "heartbroken" Bradley Smith says the electronics on his Aprilia MotoGP bike "let me down" and led to his crash out of the top 10 in the French Grand Prix. Smith topped the wet FP1 session at Le Mans on Friday and stormed through from 19th on the grid to run seventh by the fourth lap. Though he was pushed down to ninth in the following tours, Smith was still well on course for his and Aprilia's best result of the season before he was flicked into retirement at the last corner on lap nine. Smith says the problem was similar to what caused his FP2 highside, in that the RS-GP's electronics "wasn't able to catch me" when the rear broke away from him....
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