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Bad luck Rossi continues in Dutch MotoGP

Jakarta, CNN Indonesia – Bad luck Valentino Rossi continue on Netherlands MotoGP 2019On Sunday (6/30), after Doctor did not finish this season for the third time in a row.

After the whole weekend fell to the Assen Circuit and had to start at 14th, Rossi had only five laps in the Dutch MotoGP race in 2019. Rossi had an accident at the eighth corner and included driver LCR Honda Takaaki Nakagami.

Rossi managed to avoid a bad injury in spite of a rather big accident. The Italian rider approached Nakagamija, who was moving hard after the accident. The MotoGP then insured that the Japanese rider did not experience a serious injury after passing the test in the medical room.

Rossi did not finish the race for MotoGP for the first time in three consecutive terms. Before the race in Assen, a 40-year-old driver failed to finish due to the accident at the Italian MotoGP and Catalunya MotoGP.

Yamaha ended the winning drought in the Dutch MotoGP 2019.Yamaha ended the winning droid in 2019 in the Dutch MotoGP via Maverick Vinales. (REUTERS / Piroschka Van De Wouw)

In 2011 with Ducati, Rossi finished three times (Japan, Australia and Valencia GP). However, when he was occasional with the misfortune of Marc Simoncelli in the Malaysian general practitioner.

This season Rossi is as if he can not avoid problems with the M1 engine. In the Italian MotoGP race, Rossi had an accident with Joan Miro on the seventh round after the 18th.

Bad luck Rossi continues in Dutch MotoGP

While on Catalunya MotoGP, Rossi did not have the luck. Although starting from fourth place and having the speed to compete for victory, the Doctor had an accident in the second round with Jorge Lorenzo, Maverick Vinales and Andre Dovizioso.

Interestingly, Rossi was the only Yamaha driver who failed to finish the Dutch MotoGP 2019. Vinales won, Fabio Quartararo won the third podium and Franco Morbidelli finished fifth.

Yamaha managed to finish the winning drought in MotoGP since Vinales won in Australia in October 2018. While for Rossi, the doctor never won the Dutch GP two years ago.

Live streaming on German MotoGP in 2019, Sunday (7/7), can be viewed via (har / sry)

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