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LL: Well, it was shown on camera that he DID go to Hayden's garage directly afterwards to say sorry, so it's unfair to implicitly accuse him of bad sportsmanship, he's always been more than fair throughout his career.
I don't really see why people try to put all the blame on him, it was just a race incident which unfortunately took out four riders, but luckily everyone is okay.
Dovi did move right in front of him and he did brake too late which in combination made for a first corner disaster in a packed field. Neither him nor Dovi is to blame for that in my opinion and starting some sort of vendetta like a few fans of the other crashed riders seem to be going for right now is blowing this whole thing WAY out of proportion. Race incident, s*** happens, on to the next GP.
Aside from that, hoping Suzuki actually do stay and finally get their act together with the 1000cc bike...