MotoGP » Moto2: Big accident for Marquez


Marquez, Wilairot collide in first practice at Phillip Island.

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Deathrow - Unregistered

October 14, 2011 6:11 AM

Its not Marquez's fault- the racing line is for racing!!!

Riding slowly there is almost criminal, what if Marquez had been seriously injured?

These guys are on track to set fast times not to follow the highway code!!!

Stylo

October 14, 2011 6:19 AM

"Just change his number to #46"
Oh FFS get over whining yourself..

Cheq flag is out, racing stops. General rule at any and every track event from piwi to prof. This accident falls squarely on the shoulders of Marquez unless Willarot was swerving all over the track which he wasnt

jack - Unregistered

October 14, 2011 7:00 AM

Deathrow
why do you say, what if marquez is seriously injured? did you know that because of him, that willarot was airlifted to hospital,and at this moment nobody knows anything about his injuries,also marquez came back on track with 60secs remaining of that session,it is impossible to get back to the flag in that time,and i am sure we will hear a lot more about it shortly.

TT - Unregistered

October 14, 2011 7:07 AM

This is one of those incidents that clearly divides those who understand racing and those who don't have a clue. Those who don't being the people who blame Rathapark

MM - Unregistered

October 14, 2011 7:24 AM

Marquez owes Wilarot a huge apology and it remains to be seen what action race direction will take. Be interesting to see how Marquez fares for the rest of the weekend now he's no longer got the advantage of the 2012 chassis, unless, of course, Suter have another one they can fly out overnight on a specially chartered flight to Australia with no expense spared for the boy wonder.

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