2. Randy Mamola

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This one starts off in rather exciting fashion, as Randy Mamola is sliding his Cagiva all over the place during the 1988 Grand Prix in Brazil. He’s also looking behind him at certain points to keep tabs on the rest of the competition. Of course, he looked back one too many times; at the one-minute mark he checks behind to his right, twists the throttle just a tiny bit, and that 500cc two-stroke spit him off in a big way. Let this be a lesson: the only thing that matters in a race is what’s in front of you.

  • Alexander Pityuk

    Synchronized highsides and slow-mo are the best imo.