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Abraham under observation

Karel Abraham under observation after Aragon MotoGP crash.
MotoGP rookie Karel Abraham was taken to hospital for checks after a nasty accident on the first lap of Sunday's Aragon Grand Prix (see below for further pictures).

The Cardion AB Ducati rider, eighth and the top non-factory bike rider in qualifying, fell after contact with another competitor and was then struck on the helmet by the rear wheel of his Desmosedici.

Conscious but complaining of a headache, the 21-year-old was taken to hospital, where he passed a series of medical checks.

Nevertheless, Abraham will remain under observation in hospital.


Tagged as: Aragon , Karel Abraham

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bobbitt - Unregistered

September 18, 2011 9:53 PM

been a disgusting lack of info on this incident.. you could see from the crash it was very serious.. even the uk race commentators only mentioned it at the time and not after! imagine if it was stonor or lorenzo it would have been plastered everywhere. disgraceful! and 3 comments including mine. this site is so full of fake fans! hope he is at motegi! good lad!



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