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1994

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Luck was not on Kevin's side even before the start of the 1994 season.  A broken arm from a mountain bike tumble, made him miss crucial preseason practice and only gave him three weeks to regain his strength.  He was quickly back in form by the third race, winning in Japan.  With three more consecutive second place runs,   then a heroic win in Great Britain with a broken scaphoid and dislocated wrist and also the aches and pains from a violent last practice wreck,  Kevin seemed poised for another shot at the championship.  

Kevin Schwantz - 1994 500cc Lucky Strike Suzuki World GP Motorcycle

Laguna Seca put a stop to his championship run. In the track's famous corkscrew, Kevin fell again, dislocating his left hip and fracturing his right scaphoid.  He therefore decides to relinquish the remaining races in the '94 season and have an operation as soon as possible to be able to begin winter testing earlier in preparation for the '95 season. 
1994 TTL AUS MAL JPN SPA AUT GER NED ITA FRA GBR CZE USA ARG EUR
1 Mick Doohan AUS Honda 317 16 25 20 25 25 25 25 25 25 20 25 16 25 20
2 Luca Cadalora ITA Yamaha 174 20 13 13       7 20 9 16 16 25 10 25
3 John Kocinski USA Cagiva 172 25 20 7 16 11   8   20 13   20 16 16
4 Kevin Schwantz USA Suzuki 169 13 10 25 20 20 20 11 16   25 9      
5 A. Puig SPA Honda 152 9 11 8 10 10 16 13 13 13 9 11 9 11 9
6 Alex Criville SPA Honda 144 10 8 9 11 16 13 16   16 10 13   9 13
7 Shininchi Itoh JPN Honda 141 11 16 16   13 10   11 11 7 20 13 13  
8 Alexandre Barros BRA Suzuki 134 8 9 11 13 9 11 20 9 10   8 8 8 10
9 Doug Chandler USA Cagiva 96 7 7 6 9   9 10     11   11 20 6
10 Nial Mackenzie GBR ROC-Yam 69   5   8 7 8   7   8 7 6 5 8
1ST=25, 2ND=20, 3RD=16, 4=13, 5=11, 6=10, 7=9, 8=8, 9=7, 10=6, 11=5, 12=4, 13=3, 14=2, 15=1

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