Marquez Will Start From The Last Row - After Horror Accident During The Practice

Thursday, October 13, 2011

Marc Marquez will start from the rearmost position in Moto2 race at Phillip Island Circuit, Australia, this weekend. He was penalized one minute, which will added on the qualifications, as punishment for his actions that led to horrific accidents with Thai rider, Ratthapark Wilairot, the first free practice on Friday (10/14/2011) morning.

Marquez, who currently lead the standings Moto2, very sloppy. When the flag was unfurled signs first free practice was over, the world champion 125 cc class is still speeding so he hit the back of the motor Wilairot at the corner 3.

Lacing makes Wilairot, who was already slow, bouncing. Singha Thai Honda SAG rider has to be rushed to hospital in Melbourne due to a back injury and knee injury, although there is a miracle because there is no fracture or serious injury.

With this fact, Marquez had to work extra hard during the race later. The reason, he should be able to penetrate the front row in order to maintain its position as league leaders, who had just taken over from Stefan Bradl, after the Japanese GP two weeks ago. Moreover, this 2011 race season remaining three series again.

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