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Jorge Navarro had a very short race experience today at Termas de Rio Hondo, as the rider of Team Federal Oil Gresini Moto2 was... Early exit for unfortunate Jorge Navarro in Argentina

Jorge Navarro had a very short race experience today at Termas de Rio Hondo, as the rider of Team Federal Oil Gresini Moto2 was out of contention after less than two laps. Despite a not-too-exciting start, the Spanish rider managed to stay out of the way of the big group of riders, but eventually braked a bit too early and was hit by Binder – who was following him closely.

Navarro had to make his way to the pits and was forced to an early retirement due to a badly-damaged exhaust.

This unfortunate incident was the sad note of an otherwise positive weekend, in which Navarro built momentum session after session while managing to score his so-far best Moto2 qualifying result. The coming together with Binder has halted Navarro’s progression in the standings and now the #9 will try to make amends in the upcoming GP of Americas at Austin, Texas.

DNF – JORGE NAVARRO #9
“There’s not much to say, really. I was cautious during the race because the track was still a bit wet – and I chose to start on slicks. At the end of the second lap Binder hit me from behind and destroyed my exhaust, forcing me to retire from the race.”