Marini: Bagnaia incident ‘shocking', 'My helmet was full of oil'

Marini: Bagnaia incident ‘shocking', 'My helmet was full of oil'
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Marini: Bagnaia incident ‘shocking', 'My helmet was full of oil'

In a dramatic turn of events, Marini’s VR46 teammate Marco Bezzecchi was involved in a four-rider pile-up just moments before race leader and reigning champion Bagnaia was thrown from his Ducati bike. Miraculously, Bagnaia escaped without any fractures after landing in the path of Brad Binder. Marini expressed his shock and concern for his friend’s incident, but also acknowledged the need to switch focus and start the race again. Unfortunately, Marini faced challenges such as a poor start and struggles with acceleration, as well as the pressure of riding in the slipstream of other riders. Despite these difficulties, Marini finished 11th after the restart. MotoGP has become increasingly unpredictable, leading to high-risk maneuvers in the first corner as it becomes nearly impossible to recover from a poor position. Marini, currently holding seventh in the world championship, now heads to the home round at Misano.

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Source: Crash.net

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