Matsuyama defends to perfection for the double at Buriram

Instead, the race was a classic freight train with the lead swapping and changing, and a lot less drama than the attrition of Race 1. Matsuyama spent plenty time at the head of the race, but the Japanese rider just didn’t seem quite able to pull the pin – although his key rival, Sho Nishimura, wasn’t having the easiest race of it as he got beaten up in the group, pushed down outside the top five.

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