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I agree with all theses posts! Shoya should have never been moved. He should have been stabilized and then airlifted from where he was laying on the track to a hospital that could handle the trauma. (This is basic EMT treatment,BASIC....) Those details should've be worked out way before the season even started! The race should have been stopped and the riders placed in order of the stoppage of the race! (not to delay the TV stations programming!)Makes me want to vomit! As far as I am concerned everything they did, procedure wise was wrong. This incident, in how it was handled has put a huge black mark on MotoGP and Dorna. Shame on them!