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October 26, 2014 5:28 AM

MotoGP » PICS: Pol Espargaro’s fiery Sepang fall

while I recognize crashes are part and parcel of any weekend's lead up to a race, however (comma) after the race, could we please make this thread or these pics DISAPPEAR (particularly the last). it doesn't need to exist in perpetuity. also, there was another pic a few months ago of a rider laying prone on the asphalt or the grass. I think it was an M3 or an M2 rider...? anyway, the rider basically looked like he was DEAD. I didn't say anything then and I should have. 'twas my fault. I bring this up not as a criticism, but to say we might wanna be a lil' more conscientious in how we portray bikes to the outside world. it already has a rap as being a "blood sport". good or bad, society is composed of very few professionals. so when the laymen come on here, they know F@#CKALL about what they see. there's plenty of other ways to create clicks/page views me thinks. this message of responsible journalism has been brought to you not by S1...? but by Paolo and Rosella Simoncelli.

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