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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daniel kuchnia

November 09, 2012 8:27 PM

@moaner
this Topic has a Topic
Stop trolling here

Marquez is exelent rider, but sorry, most of his crashes were only stupid and not necessary. I dont know, whats going on in his head, but probably his thoughts have a lot free space there.

Duke fan - Unregistered

November 09, 2012 8:41 PM

Can not belive he has done it again. He is fast, but he is a tool. There are many fast riders in Moto2, but why this muppet torpedos other riders? I heard that he did not even apologise Kallio in Japan after that bad move. Kallios bike was destroyed and rider had some minor worries on his leg after crash. Hope Corsi is ok, but his bike is not.

Motojack - Unregistered

November 09, 2012 9:35 PM

As others have said, I didnt see the accident but have seen enough other incidents to weigh in. He is fast and talented but totally in his own world much like Sic was. There are no enforcers in the next class, if anything the riders as a whole are much more aggressive in Moto2. Nobody tempered Sic in Motogp & they wont reign in Marquez either. Look out Motogp riders prepare to spend some additional time in the gravel!

Harryx - Unregistered

November 09, 2012 10:38 PM

To the fanboys that think Dirty Marc is cool:
This was just 1st practise on a damp track. It has nothing to do with racing.

Putting this empty-headed testosterone overdosed baby on a bike on the back of the grid wil provide just a good Dorna-show as he may just kill someone carving through the field without mercy. He should be simply banned from this race.basta.

I wonder why Corsi kept his cool... very weird

Slide Rules! - Unregistered

November 09, 2012 10:43 PM

They don't call him 'The Tunnel Visioned Terror From Cervera' for nothing!
It doesn't take much bad luck to die in a motorcycle racing accident as we all know, letting this clown loose will up the odds significantly!
Poor application of appropriate penalties by those more excited about building another Rossi!
Is this how DORNA plans to up the profile of motoGP?
Casey Stoner's decision seems wiser by the minute.

Damien IE - Unregistered

November 09, 2012 10:56 PM

HOLY FCUK

Hadn't seen the crash just postings when I made my comments on page 2.

Muppets who blame Corsi for being at fault need to wake up and take some strong coffee with a few slaps thrown in to ensure your awake to look again.

MM 110% at fault and then some after seeing the crash on Eurosport. Corsi could have broke his neck like Rainey did you muppets.
MM has a history of this and on FRIDAY PRACTICE is totally unacceptable.

Point deduction, grid penalty, time penalty should be options open for this race and race bans like in F1.

Unbelievable and unacceptable behaviour and needs to be punished hard enough to know not to do it again. Back of the gris is just a challenge as title is wrapped up and of course he'll be quicker and put ona show coming through the field.
Corsi is so so lucky not to have been seriously injured - irrespective of whther he's a bit of an aggresive rider himself.
Experienced Eurosport commentators said it was out of order and unnaceptable and he's don it

Greg - Unregistered

November 09, 2012 11:22 PM

It wasn't even the race or official qualifying, so what goes through his tiny head ?

Why has no one punched him in the face yet ??
It would be worth the fine off Dorna alone !

Greg - Unregistered

November 09, 2012 11:25 PM

If Dorna has found him guilty he should personally have to pay for the damage to the other riders bike. Might make him think twice....or then again ....

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