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Thursday, October 27, 2011

There Is No Change MotoGP Safety Standards

The death shocked the world MotoGP Marco Simoncelli. Since it is considered a pure accident, the incident was certainly not going to change the safety standards of MotoGP.

"I think we've done a lot of security-related issues, and we are very satisfied. Unfortunately in our hands we have no power to change the destiny: the time (of death) came nothing could be done. We must accept what we can not avoid, nothing could be done, "said Franco Uncini as MotoGP safety commission representative.

Simoncelli on Sunday (23/10/2011) was killed yesterday while competing in MotoGP Malaysia. He fell off and hit the motor mount Colin Edwards and Valentino Rossi. Simoncelli helmet until released by the incident and the Italian rider died from severe injuries on the head, neck and chest.

Followed Uncini, when the accident occurred around race safety standard has been implemented well. But death remains inevitable because of a fatal accident that happened too.

"All security-related issues has been very good, the circuit is in conformity with the safety margin that we ask."

"What happened was an accident, as often happens, the problem is there is a motor that is too close to other motors, so two other riders came and hit the head and neck Marco. That's what makes a very dramatic accident," complete Uncini in Autosport.

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