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He proved early on this weekend that he was capable of a top five finish when his time in timed practice came in fifth fastest. Michele didn’t get the start in the first race and as a result, was pushed to the back of the pack as they all bunched in the first corner. As he began to make headway through the pack he avoided a collision with another rider but crashed himself. Quickly picking himself up, he managed to salvage a 20th place finish.
By the second race, Michele was prepared to make amends and had an excellent start. He was fourth within the first two corners and could have held onto a top five finish. Unfortunately this wasn’t to be, he went down again early in the race, setting himself back to 19th. True to form, he battled on until the end and secured a 12th place finish.
The championship now takes a week break before heading onto a new track in Russia on June 10th.
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