WSBK » Checa hospitalised with 'blocked intestine'

'He [Checa] went to hospital, but there are no big problems and we expect him to be back for the tests next week and then the race afterwards' - Francis Batta

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shaken - Unregistered

February 15, 2013 2:13 PM

They are always having problems at this track. Seems to be cursed. Also Checa had a very serious accident during his time in MotoGP (or actually when it was 500cc if Im not mistaken) when he suffered internal injurys during the British GP. Might be something to do with this but I wish him a speedy recovery and the best!!!

CC - Unregistered

February 15, 2013 3:46 PM

1998 he suffered near fatal injuries at Donington Park. He crashed at Craner Curves (was initially thought to have suffered only scrapes and bruises before complaining of pain). Hours later he had lost his vision, needed emergency surgery to remove his spleen and was listed in critical condition.

Bazx7r - Unregistered

February 15, 2013 5:12 PM

Seems that all of the Ducati Corse riders have been fed that much $*!T about how good their bikes are, that the Moto GP riders have all but given up and the WSB guys are either trying to destroy them or suffering retention issues :)

Sillius Soddus - Unregistered

February 18, 2013 11:42 PM

I see Nanny Crushed Nuts has flushed out the coarser posts which rudely referred to things even someone as broad-minded as a convent-educated kindergarten teacher with a neurotic phobia about bodily functions might have taken offence at.

Are we not to highlight the fact that anyone riding round on an overtuned Panigale with a propensity for lobbing con-rods through the case even in road form is going to be clenching bits we're apparently not supposed to mention here any more rather tightly.

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