MotoGP » Moto2: Marquez, Kallio collide in final practice


Marc Marquez and Mika Kallio clash during Moto2 final practice at Motegi.

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789 - Unregistered

October 13, 2012 4:53 AM

I've watched the incident a few times, and I am definitely not defending MM, but...

...I do find it amusing how it was Kallio who was involved. The same Kallio that took out Melandri in the same fashion at Brno, 2009. Kallio even went so far as to blame (and shove!) Melandri for the incident, saying that Melandri parked it on the fast line. MM was definitely going to carry more corner speed in this latest clash, so we'll see how good Kallio's memory is. :)

Speaking of Brno 2009, I re-watched it recently. Rossi won over Pedrosa with enough of a gap to wave to the crowd and do wheelies during the final lap. And Toni Elias on the Gresini Honda outgunned Repsol's Dovi for 3rd. My oh my - times have changed!

Vic Tory - Unregistered

October 13, 2012 5:33 AM

Have hit replay on my motogp pass a number of times and this kid (MM) will have a wake up call next year.

Dont get me wrong, he is good but he will be playing with the big boyz soon.

Reminds me of a young Rossi the way he approaches others and how he races

AngryBird - Unregistered

October 13, 2012 6:41 AM

Now im sure you are ready to motogp.Accident happen sometimes.Keep going to the limit Marc,take big risk ,make unusual manuver.Sometimes you dont have to follow race line.
Just dont kill yourself and dont kill another.

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