Best MotoGP Saves of 2013

While one of the key elements to motorcycle racing is riding as fast as possible, not crashing while at it is just as important.
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In fact, not crashing means more than not finishing a race and losing some positions in the ranking, and Ben Spies' ill-fated 2013 season should be enough proof.

Training for becoming a tighter, faster rider is just as important as knowing how to react when things are not going as one expects. And when it comes to MotoGP, with all the extreme acceleration and braking and swift side-to-side changes, wobbling is part of a day's work.

Now being able to remain upright and regain full control of the bike is in such moments much more desirable than the position in the race. And that's because several places can be clawed back, but broken bones and mauled bikes need time.

Enjoy the best saves of the 2013 MotoGP championship!

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