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...in fact, look at the pic on the left carefully! Rossi is not on his bike yet and there is a Marshal behind Casey pushing. Casey's bike is just shut off and it could not get going. My take is that, it looked as if Casey was fine and up an running (or almost there) and Rossi was down so majority of the marshals help goes to the vulnerable rider (who was Rossi at the time). Keep in the mind that while we make up stories about "biased marshals" they are actually very worried about another trail of motorbikes plowing into them. Unfortunately for Casey since he seemed good to go, the marshalls help the guy that wasn't. (Although in retrospect he was ok and kept his bike running). The marshals were not wrong, the real problem is Casey could not get his bike running!!



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