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- Alessi's teammate Andrew Short did not have the race he anticipated in Seattle , as he earned himself a 10th overall placing. Following a crash, Short was slow to recover as the bike had landed on his leg in the crash and he was also left with a broken clutch lever. However, despite starting approximately 40 seconds down from the leaders and without a clutch lever, he charged forward to finish 10th overall at the end of the race. "As bad as the main event went for me, I am actually excited about my night in Seattle,” says Short. “I rode great in practice and in my heat and am pleased with the progress I am making. I am not particularly fond of the deep-rutted courses and it was rewarding to know that I was competitive with my lap times tonight.”
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