Friday, June 2, 2023

Two riders of the MotoGP Grand Prix in France clash after leaving the track

At the Le Mans Circuit, in france, This weekend was the fifth round of the MotoGP Championship, the number one competition for these two-wheelers. The race was about 23 laps from the end when spectators were able to watch a very ugly spectacle in which The two riders left the track and almost started punching each other after the incident.

It so happened that two MotoGP competitors, the Italian francesco peco bagania and Spanish maverick winless, who were fighting for third place in the race when they collided in the middle of the track. The two came too close to each other, they touched in a curve, one of them, Vinales, lost his balance and brushed against his partner again, causing them both to fall and leave the track. They both threw their motorcycles away and rolled on the grass which is outside the bounds of the paved circuit.

But the matter did not end here. Instead of being intimidated by the fall, the Spanish pilot almost ran up to his Italian colleague, who is the current champion and leader of the tournament, and faced him while the other was still on the ground. At the most tense moment of this discussion, maverick vinyl He also slapped the Italian, who prepared to respond to his colleague’s aggressive action.

Luckily, just when things were about to turn sour between the two excited runners, a track attendant le mans He had come to separate them. Shortly afterwards, both competitors returned to the pit area on the same motorcycle, leaving the event behind as they both shook hands.

Aerial view of the fault after the collision of motogp riders mvercik vi'ales and pecco bagnaia

Aerial view of the fault after the collision between MotoGP riders Mvercik Vinales and Pecco Bagnaia – Credits: @Twitter / @MotoGP

“It was clearly a racing accident, an unfortunate circumstance, however preventable on either side. I changed direction at the point where I would have turned anyway, we touched and the blow was quite violent. Didn’t like his reaction afterwards, but adrenaline does the trick sometimes and fear makes you aggressive,” he said. Gardenia team driver Ducati In statements picked up by ESPN.

For his part, the Spanish motorcyclist, who competes aprilia Already more sober, offered his version of the facts. “We are both great fair-play drivers, but in these races we have to be a little calmer. Otherwise nobody will reach the end of the season,” he said. And then, with a great sense of self-deprecation, he added: “Did I lose my temper a bit? I’ve been trying to win for weeks. There was a lot of adrenaline. Many need to calm down, I Not just saying this because of Peko (that’s what they call Bagnaiya). We have to be an example for the Moto3 boys.”

“What happens on the track, stays on the track,” finally reflected the Spanish pilot, known for mac for his fans.

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