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@greg it really doesn't matter if Foret had done something to provoke Kenan. Kenan's on track actions were danagerous. This is supposed to be professional sports and Kenan is acting like an amateur. It's well documented that this isn't the first time he's done stuff like this so there is a bigger problem then this incident.
I'm all for good close racing, but things are getting a bit out of hand and I think the organizers for the sake of "putting on a good show" are letting things get out of hand. This is a dangerous sport to begin with and action's like Kenan's makes it worse. Johnny Rea and Melandri are two more who should be spoken to about their on track actions. Sometimes rubbin is racing but there is no skilled required to run into another rider to make a pass. i don't find that interesting at all. If I want demolition derby, I can change the channel