MotoGP » Moto2: 'Gutted' Scott Redding ready to race on


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markymark1

September 09, 2010 9:57 AM

The truth is that Scott not being able to remember what went on on Sunday is the best thing that could have come from that. Just a nightmare for everybody involved.
Seems like quite a few riders haven't seen the accident and thats also a good thing. I wish I hadn't.
I wish Scott all the best - mentally this cannot be an easy time for him.

boyddy - Unregistered

September 09, 2010 10:09 AM

Sadly i did see the crash, but more concerning was the medical response. Why did they move the two riders who were in the track, no knowledge of their injuries was known, and they dropped the stretcher carrying Tomizawa. Unacceptable, the race had to be red flagged, the response that they had time to clear the incident before the lead riders got round is rubbish, they should not have been moved. WSB was red flagged imediately the same day for what appeared a similar incident when Corser nearly ran over Haslam.

Cubikrube

September 09, 2010 10:27 AM

Guys, if you are angry about the way they were treated then email Dorna as i know a number of us already have, especially those of us at the track who witnessed it first hand. RIP Shoya

Let's move on though without forgetting what happened.

Scott, you might only be 17 but you've the heart of a lion, give it Full Gas lad, you've got the talent and we all want you to succeed. Good luck at the test on Monday

Don-R

September 09, 2010 11:04 AM

Pity that such a terrible accident should happen just when Scott was finding his confidence on the bike and starting to really show his true potential. I hope that he finds the strength of will to push just as hard for success after this because it's not going to be easy. The next few races are going to be a real test of character.

I'm sure that Tomizawa himself would have wanted Scott to race on though. I think it's something that's implicitly understood between racers in the event of a bad accident: you don't ever give up the fight.

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