MotoGP riders split on what’s to blame for Barcelona Turn 1 pile-up

MotoGP riders split on what’s to blame for Barcelona Turn 1 pile-up
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MotoGP riders split on what’s to blame for Barcelona Turn 1 pile-up

far” or too “close”, it doesn’t matter. It’s just about the riders. It’s a mistake from some riders and that’s it. It happens.”Espargaro and Marquez’s views are in contrast to those of several other riders who believe that moving the startline closer to the first corner could help prevent these incidents. They argue that the high speeds at which they approach the first corner make braking and avoiding collisions more difficult. Others, like Espargaro and Marquez, believe that it’s ultimately the responsibility of the riders to be more cautious and avoid unnecessary risks in the first corners of races.

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Source: Autosport.com

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