Marquez “utterly agrees” with penalty for Oliveira Portugal MotoGP crash - Motor Informed

Marquez “utterly agrees” with penalty for Oliveira Portugal MotoGP crash

The Honda rider collided with RNF Aprilia’s Oliveira on the third lap of 25 in Sunday’s race after locking his entrance brake on the best way into Flip three.

The incident took each riders out on the spot and compelled Pramac’s Jorge Martin to run off observe and drop to 16th, whereas Marquez has been left with a suspected fracture in his proper hand.

Marquez has been handed a double long lap penalty for next week’s Argentina GP and has accepted blame for the incident.

Explaining what occurred, Marquez mentioned: “Truthfully talking, I’m not very apprehensive about Argentina. At present, an important factor is Miguel is okay and for me that’s an important factor as a result of I did a giant mistake on that Flip three within the first half.

“And this created every little thing. The primary half I braked, and I had an enormous lock on the entrance tyre. That large lock created [a situation where] I launched the brakes.

“My intention was to go on the left aspect, however the bike stayed with that lean and I couldn’t keep away from to go on the fitting aspect.

“I used to be in a position to keep away from Martin however I used to be not in a position to keep away from Miguel. I used to be very apprehensive for him as a result of the contact was a giant one.

“However I wish to make an apology to him, to his group, to the Portuguese followers. I’ve been penalised for that with a double lengthy lap penalty in Argentina, and I utterly agree.

“Aside from that, I had a number of accidents on my hand and knee. We have to test, however now my state of affairs just isn’t an important.”


Marquez added that he was “not attacking” at this level of the race as he’d elected to run the medium rear tyre within the hopes of with the ability to battle later within the race.

Plenty of riders really feel Marquez’s penalty ought to have been harsher, with Aleix Espargaro claiming he deserved a race ban for the incident.

When requested to reply, Marquez merely acknowledged that he has been given the penalty mandated within the guidelines however says he would additionally settle for a harsher punishment if it was stipulated.

“I imply, on the [safety] briefing on Thursday on the principles, that was the penalty,” Marquez mentioned of his double lengthy lap.

“So, was like in the event you overtake and also you create a harmful state of affairs and also you create a crash of one other rider, it’s a double lengthy lap the primary time.

“Then second time I feel it’s a pitlane begin, and third time is a ride-through.

“By the principles they defined within the briefing, it’s a double lengthy lap. But when the principles mentioned heavier, I’ll settle for as a result of it was my mistake.”

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