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@Domski123 spot on analysis. The lad is talented but arrogant and has already put someone in hospital with serious injuries due to his arrogance and reckless disregard for the safety of his fellow competitors.
It is high time Race Direction stepped in, because his arrogance will injure riders again, I just hope next time it is not serious or grave or worse. BUT it does appear that the only time they give penalties is when the rider who is the victim of the hard move is highly sponsored Spanish rider - Sic on Pedrosa, Penalty. Zarco on Terol, Penalty. Marquez on Luthi, Redding and others, No Penalty, and the penalty for the Wilairot incident was only a token slap on the wrist - Hopkins got a race ban for far far less. If the others dish out the same treatment to Marc I bet RD step in with the heavy handed penalties then.
Lets face it MotoGP is a Spanish championship and Dorna are happy to keep it that way as long as a Spanish rider or Spanish company is in the number 1 spot. Maybe th