MotoGP » Moto2: Kallio torpedoed in 'suicidal' Marquez move

“It was a 'racing incident' apparently, which makes about as much sense as Marquez's reasons for trying such a suicidal move in the first place”- Michael Bartholemy, Marc VDS.

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How many times this year has he been aloud to get away with riding like this.He has no respect for his fellow riders and will kill someone one day.
If he has to prove him self so hard at moto2 god help us when he moves up a class to moto 1.You would not give a child a loaded gun to play with,why give him a works honda in moto gp next year.

Assen03 - Unregistered

October 13, 2012 12:16 PM

He's in his own little world, where he gets an unfair advantage by no weight sanctions, and always on the best bike that is made for him.
I'm sure he's got a screw loose with the sheer amount of ridiculous moves that he pulls and gets away with. I completely agree with Fraud 93, they way he rides, he will kill someone one day.

Freeme - Unregistered

October 13, 2012 12:24 PM

he is one of the untouchables ???? blady ridiculous the way the system protects him because he may bring them money in Moto GP, Just hope he gets slapped into shape when he pulls his bull**** in the Moto GP class.

K - Unregistered

October 13, 2012 12:53 PM

Bautista got a rear of grid start for taking out JLo,
how many riders does MM have to take out or seriously injur before he reveives any pentaly???
wake up Dorna!

Rossi the GREAT - Unregistered

October 13, 2012 1:05 PM

once again Marquez rode in an irresponsible manner, causing danger to Kallio which is an infringement of Article 1.21.2 of the 2011 FIM Road Racing World Championship Grand Prix Regulations, he should be penalized. but we will never see that happen.

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