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SBK, Superbike takes stock: who fell the most and who the least?

Toprak was the best on the grid, with two falls, while Bautista has 11, but there are others who did much worse! The Superbike comes to a close in 2023 with 45 fewer falls than last season, while the SuperSport has twice as many.

SBK: Superbike takes stock: who fell the most and who the least?

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It’s December, and it's time for the Superbike to take stock. Like every year, Dorna has drawn up the fall report, and the number for 2023 is 172 falls: 45 fewer than last year, which were 217.

It was completely the opposite for the SuperSport. The number has almost doubled compared to 2022: from 120 falls, the intermediate class reached 220. As for the SSP330, it totaled 131.

Overall, the three categories recorded as many as 523 falls, or 43 more compared to the previous year.

When it comes to the riders, Alex Lowes was the one with the most falls, totaling 15, followed by Iker Lecuona with 13, and Baldassarri with 11, in front of Alvaro Bautista.

Among the riders who took part in the entire Championship, Toprak Razgatlioglu was the best, with only two falls, one less than Danilo Petrucci. In the SuperSport, the best proved to be Nicolò Bulega, with just one fall, while Bahattin Sofuoglu ended up falling 15 times, more than anyone else.    

Translated by Leila Myftija

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