Celebrated Italian rider Marco Simoncelli died on Sunday after a horror crash

Monday, October 24, 2011

Great success came just minutes into the race when the bike hair brush 24, nailed the Honda rider on track and live in the street racers Colin Edwards and Valentino Rossi, Marco Simoncelli countrymen.

Simoncelli, who, ironically, has been enjoying the best in Sepang when he finished third to win the 250cc title in the 2008 season, he threw the helmet of an offensive in the accident, which occurred in round 11.

"Although [the doctor] efforts, Mark unfortunately died from injuries at 4:56 am local time (0856 GMT)," said a somber note MotoGP.

"Everyone involved in the MotoGP extend deep condolences to the family, Mark and his colleagues at this tragic loss."

Motorsports recently witnessed a sudden nightmare Simoncelli and death seemed certain to throw up the questions of the most humiliating of safety.

Last week, the 2010 MotoGP champion Jorge Lorenzo crashed during heating in Australia, cut off his own finger, which is then surgical reattached, while two-time Indianapolis 500 winner and Wheldon died in a car accident with 15 Indy Car in Las Vegas.

The race at the Sepang circuit is a red flag immediately and the organizers also announced that it has been canceled.

Edwards also fell and suffered dislocated shoulder, the doctor said, race, and Rossi will return to the hole.

Sepang is a very difficult circuit in Malaysia due to the hot humidity, and rain, but the situation on Sunday, despite the heat, which is fine.

Spanish Dani Pedrosa took pole position, although the day before the fall, such as Smith.

Before the race, Sepang officials have promised to focus on security after last weekend.

"It is sad to return back race weekend," said the chairman of the Sepang circuit Mokhzani Mahathir told reporters after the death Simoncelli was announced.

"We all possible to prevent injury and prepare for the worst. You see, 99 percent of the time, pilots and fall leaves. Only one per cent did not."

The race director Paul Butler, has promised a full investigation. There are no immediate reaction from the other driver was surprised.

After the incident, fans frustrated with the delays concern long after the track is flooded with water bottles and other waste.

The last fatal accident in the motorcycle racing world championship last year when Japan Shoya Tomizawa died.

Although not a race in Spain, has yet to come, Casey Stoner of Australia has secured the championship in 2011 with a victory last week he was very tough at Grand Prix of Australia.

Stoner has won at Phillip Island, with only two seconds in Simoncelli, the second best place is still a MotoGP Italy.

"We can not guarantee 100 per cent certain race," said Mokhzani. "You expose yourself to danger when the race. As professionals, we know that it is dangerous to MotoGP. Believe it or not, this is what we live. Our Condolences to Marco. We will miss him very much."

Death of prominent and loved Simoncelli quickly sparked a wave of pain in Italy, where they announced a national sporting events observed minutes silence.

Italian soccer giants Inter and AC Milan were among the first clubs offer their commiserations.

"Milan offers a hug to the family of Mark, a big fan of Milan and want to offer the condolences of the most honest and sincere in this sad time," the club said on its website.

Among added: "The president Massimo Moratti at Inter and all, with the team [technical] Claudio Ranieri, Italy shares the pain and the sports world for the loss of Marco Simoncelli sports pioneer."

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