Tuesday, October 25, 2011

Motorcycle Rider Simoncelli Allegedly Login Other Path

Milan - legendary racer, Giacomo Agostini, 69, judge not need to find a scapegoat for the accident suffered by the Italian, Marco Simoncelli, on the last Sunday in Sepang Circuit, Malaysia. "Accidents often happen during the race. Unfortunately, yesterday's fatal accident," said Agostini, who won 15 times motor racing, told RAI Radio, Tuesday, October 25, 2011.

According to him, a fatal accident due to motorcycle ridden by Simoncelli did not fall, but entered into the path of other drivers. As a result, two other riders, Colin Edwards and Valentino Rossi, can not avoid Simoncelli and hit it. In the accident, driver team San Carlo Honda Gresini 24-year-old was killed by injuries to the head, neck, and chest.

Agostini rate, the protection available to the drivers at this time is more than adequate. Especially when compared with the facilities available in his day, namely the drivers wearing only a thin uniform with a helmet too small and the limiting trajectories are made ​​of concrete. As a result, many of his fellow racers are dead.

While at this time, the drivers have been protected by a strong uniform, full helmet, back buffer, and the edge of a broad path to anticipate if the drivers off track. "But while the bike weighs 150 pounds hit you with a speed of 150 kilometers per hour, yes, there is no adequate protection." In the case of Simoncelli, two motors as well as a hit.

Agostini suggested a softer type of tires used for racing. "So, starting mid-race, the tires will close by itself," he said. Currently, the MotoGP race tires, which are relatively hard with stable quality from start to finish the race. Tire manufacturers make this at the request of the drivers, who want to race go on steadily. "Unfortunately, that means, if the reduced tire grip, the tires will slip and drop the driver suddenly."


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