Stoner And Rossi Comment on Marquez Insident

Tuesday, October 25, 2011

Casey Stoner and Valentino Rossi giving criticism to Marc Marquez, who caused a horror crash in Moto2 free practice sessions on Friday (10.14.11) morning, at the Circuit Phillip Island, Australia. The rising star Spaniard butting Thailand motorcycle rider, Ratthapark Wilairot, when the first free practice was over.

Actually, the sign flag is flown after free practice. However, Marquez still speeding, so that in curve 3 he hit hard Wilairot motor, which has slowed down. As a result of horrific crash, Wilairot immediately rushed to hospital in Melbourne to undergo observation. Luckily, no serious injuries.

The International Motorsport Federation (FIM) sentenced Marquez. The leader of the standings is going to start from the back of the order, because the record time of their qualifications will be increased by 1 minute longer, as the penalty for such carelessness.

Horrors that invites criticism from Repsol Honda rider, Stoner and Ducati rider, Rossi. They say that Marquez should not do something stupid that when benderas already flown.

"Marc's action was very immature. I mean, he got out when the time (exercise) the remaining 50 seconds. Of course he will try to push and get a taste on the last lap. But he should not drive a motor with very fast after the flag was unfurled. I thought, it is a very immature act of Marc. "

Criticism also comes from the mouth Rossi. Nine-time world champion grand prix, said: "I am very afraid of seeing directly that something bad happened. Marquez out one minute before the exercise was over, and try the motor after a previous accident. He kept the flag flying after to accelerate motorcycle.

"I think Marc made a mistake because after the flag flying, you should be slower, and with the number of motorcycles on the track, it could happen. I do not know the speed Wilairot, but from television shows that he is in a normal speed, and not too slow . "

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