Paolo Simoncelli retains from the Grand Prix of the Americas the horrible collision of the Moto3 race, the truth that everybody got here out unscathed… and that the Race Administration “made the suitable determination” by penalizing Deniz Öncü.
Tatsuki Suzuki completed ninth within the Grand Prix of the Americas final Sunday, whereas teammate Lorenzo Fellon was positioned sixteenth, off the primary level of his profession. Nonetheless, you’ll not discover any point out of this within the card left by their staff supervisor, Paolo Simoncelli, after the race.
The boss of the SIC58 Squadra Corse staff has certainly written a a lot shorter textual content than normal, by which he discusses just one occasion: the horrible fall which concerned Deniz Öncü, Jeremy Alcoba, Andrea Migno and Pedro Acosta. The scene may have was a tragedy, however nobody was harm. This was the one excellent news on Sunday. And within the face of such an incident, Paolo Simoncelli felt the one factor to recollect:
“I watched the crash in Moto3 again and again, and the one factor I can say is, what a beautiful day! Sure, Sunday was an incredible day, “
“It will be too simple to start out arguing, we may speak in regards to the training of those younger individuals which ought to begin from the mini-bike. However on Sunday everybody acquired out of a tragic accident unscathed, and the Race Administration lastly made the suitable determination, by disqualifying the offender for 2 races… So let’s reap the benefits of this current! “
“We’ll keep in mind Austin as a fortunate Grand Prix. We are able to take a deep breath and put together for Misano. “
Return to the observe scheduled for the weekend of October 24 for the Emilia-Romagna Grand Prix.
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