Jorge was the same type of person as Marc, getting caught up in situations and comings together. That race ban was the only thing that started making him think about his actions on the race track and I think Marc should do the same. He needs to allow himself a little bit, one or two per cent of margin, to avoid these incidents because it's happened too often.
I'm sure Race Direction will make the right decision and it will be a talking point at our safety commission meeting in Sepang. The riders have no say in the final verdict but of course it will be discussed away from the media.
Scott Redding's ride in the Moto2 race showed somebody with the talent and the determination to deserve the World Championship. To start from 13th and keep his head up to be sixth at the end of the first lap and to take that challenge to second and then fight with his Championship rival takes massive credit.
Four races to go he has a real chance of that World title.
I'm going back to Oxford after Aragon to get packed for Malaysia, Australia and Japan. I'm going to Malaysia early, like I did for the winter tests, to acclimatise to the heat and humidity. The Sepang weekend will be very interesting for me and the team because of those pre-season tests.
I'm learning to live life on my own in Andorra and realising there is no magic fairy godmother to pick up your cereal bowl when you have finished your breakfast. If you put it down it's still there when you come back showing what an amazing job that Mum's do.
Apart from the washing up, I had a great time there before leaving for Aragon. I went trials riding with Leon Camier, Andy Walker and Simon Crafar and really explored Andorra riding on some amazing trails and seeing some fantastic sights.