MotoGP » Ellison loses out after 'unsporting' protest


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Shameful behaviour by Rapp. Why don't they have blue flags in the US? As Lorenzo says, he wasn't fighting for position so his behaviour was inexcusahle. Edwards looked over his shoulder and behaved as an experienced professional racer should, moving over safely to let Lorenzo through. On a dangerously slippery track there was only one line through the infield and lorenzo couldn't afford the risk that Rapp would try to pull some stupid hero move to dice with him despite being a lap down. Someone suggested elsewhere that he might have thought that it was Ellison behind him but the bikes sound very different. Edwards heard OK. Was he so arrogant he thought he wouldn't be lapped at some point or had he just not bothered to "do the math".



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