MotoGP » Moto2: Huge accident overshadows Elias Misano win

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UPS - Unregistered

September 05, 2010 12:17 PM

Really hope Redding and Tomizawa are OK. De Angelis was lucky to be able to walk away after such a horrendous crash. Great race from Elias again from pole to 1st.

IGDU - Unregistered

September 05, 2010 12:21 PM

agree with UPS - am I the only person who thought the race should have instantly been stopped so Tomizawa could receive treatment on the track, I'm no doctor but seeing him being bounced around on a stretcher over the gravel trap after the incident was clearly wrong. I think race directors need to act in the interests of rides not tv schedules.


September 05, 2010 12:24 PM

No you are not the only one. The marshalling was a disgrace. You don't treat people who had an accident like that this way. Race Control should directly redflag stuff like this and treat the riders on scene with neckbraces and the whole doctor treatment. They even dropped the stretcher. Amateurs. Something needs to change in MotoGP as nothing has changed since the death of Dajiroh Kato.

chills - Unregistered

September 05, 2010 12:25 PM

Well, this is one of the worst looking crashes i remember. I hope exactly the opposite that im expecting.

Toni dedicated his win to Tomizawa , Peter lenz and Fonsi Nieto (who was clinically dead for a few minutes last week at Indy). So they must ve told him Tomi's crash looked pretty bad.

As for the race, more of the same. Toni outclasses this class.

Hang in there, Shoya-san. My thoughts and prayers are with you!

Louise Alcock - Unregistered

September 05, 2010 12:25 PM

Terrible accident and the race should have been stopped. The marshalls actually dropped Tomizawas stretcher in their hurry to clear the scene. Since when has completing a race been more important than riders receiving medical attention. Did they learn nothing from Kato at Suzuka?

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