MotoGP » Moto2: Marc Marquez sent to the back for Corsi clash


"I had already overtaken other riders on that corner and I hadn't thought about [Corsi] being one of the later brakers in the class" - Marc Marquez.

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Damien IE - Unregistered

November 09, 2012 5:33 PM

SHOCK, another collision with a rider who's sent into the gravel.

Talent and success has gone to his head and far too many incidents caused by him in Moto2 to date.
Granted he's a little guy and he has to avoid being pushed around and shat on by others on track but thats does not include this behaviour.

Common thing he does is overtake and straight back in on top of others racing line leaving them nowhere to go - was it Luthi he did this to recently who ended up touching his seat and going off track.

Melandri esque an hopefully he gets put in his place good and proper and that should be by Race Direction.
Race Direction shouldn't worry about upsetting the Repsol apple cart by sanctioning one of its sponsored stars.
Talent but I just don't like all these dirty incidents

Moaner - Unregistered

November 09, 2012 5:39 PM

Stoner is retiring so the Moaners have found somebody new to have a go at. Simone Corsi is a natoriously dirty rider and should be more careful than to close the gap on an approaching faster rider. I think he knows he deserved to get belted off the track and didn't look too fazed. As Senna said " A true racer alwys go for the gap." Can't wait to see MM punt Rossi off the track!

Perenialnovice - Unregistered

November 09, 2012 5:47 PM

It's a difficult situation. Could you tell boxers not to actually hit each other?
Guys like this take advantage of the word sport. I guess these lads that come up through the ranks with little life in the real world, just do not have a clue about fair play and decency. Don't get me wrong if every racer was like ,after you,no after you,I insist, the racing would be a joke.
Zarco,Marquez,Elias, Kent's teammate Cortese,Salom and that idiot Sofuoglu, are plain dangerous and need to all be put in on an island, for a month together. They deserve each other! Did I miss anyone out? can't include Kozinski coz he don't race anymore. I do fear what Marquez might do to sombody one day. He simply has not been discentivised at all by the punishments he has already had. At least he should be on a warning.. two strikes and you miss the next two races.

blue hurricane - Unregistered

November 09, 2012 6:00 PM

"It's a difficult situation. Could you tell boxers not to actually hit each other?"

Not exactly the same isn't it. Whole purpose of boxing is hitting each other.
Race Direction (Dorna) need to be careful - this is no way to "improve the show" MM needs a little additute adjustment thats all.

Bullsht - Unregistered

November 09, 2012 6:04 PM

I didnt wach the crash but leave the kid you bunch of dramatic people.. 4sure was a mistake and to bad for both riders!! Mistakes happen and him Moto2 that bikes are really close to each other can happen more times then on other class.. Moto3 is close racing but the bikes are esay to control still acidents can happen but is normal that on moto2 can happen more times..

Now people whant to blain Marquez the guy allready was penalised is riding at home did the best time and allready know that qualify will be other practice session.. Whant more?? Leave the kid

another round - Unregistered

November 09, 2012 6:12 PM

I guess that now that he has the Championship in the bag, they will actually "enforce" the proper penalty? I hope this guy gets punked in the Big League, I'm sure there are already a few guys that will show him whats up without hesitation.

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