MotoGP » FMI defends Misano Moto2 decisions


The Italian Motorcycling Federation has released a statement defending decisions made in the immediate aftermath of the accident in Sunday's Moto2 race, which claimed the life of Shoya Tomizawa.


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Eb34 - Unregistered

September 13, 2010 5:22 PM

I've heard from a source at ducat that tomizawa was killed instantly because the first hit broke his neck then Scotts bike broke the spine causing him to be 4 inches taller.. Not nice I know, but goes to prove that dorna have lied all along because they would have had to abandon the moto gp race. Due to a death at a sporting event ( Italian law ive been told) yet again money over safety..

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