Tuesday, October 25, 2011

Edwards (Finally) Open Sound

HOUSTON - After two days after the tragedy of death at Malaysian Grand Prix, which killed Marco Simoncelli, Colin Edwards finally speak out while giving expression deepest condolences.
Edwards Tech 3 Yamaha rider directly involved role in the incident, the actor antagonist for some MotoGP lovers and fans Super Sic - nicknamed Simoncelli.
Although in such circumstances, any of the drivers could not avoid the fall line Simoncelli in the Sepang track. Shit, at that time Edwards was right on track and forced his motorcycle YZR-M1 Simoncelli hit the helpless on the track, after falling from his motorcycle.
Edwards was among the victims, after a little squeezed and hit by motor Valentino Rossi, who was beside him. Simoncelli victims with severe injuries. Though it was taken to the medical center, eventually Simoncelli have breathed his last, the same day.
Edwards could not resist the power of grief. Although not yet found the journalist, Edwards is the most awaited his comments, finally twittering on his social media account page, after undergoing examination in the United States.
": (Very sad and always heartbreaking to see a friend die by any cause. The incident is a terrible tragedy," writes Edwards on facebook account, as disitat Stay on the Black Tuesday (10/25/2011).
": (I grieve for all MotoGP lovers, my heart has been solid for all parties who feel painfully, from the family and fans. Good-bye my friend, you will always be missed," continued Edwards.
Edwards himself, in addition to emotional pain, she could not bear the pain suffered by her. The incident made a serious injury. To the extent that The Texas Tornado also had to be rushed to the medical center. Returning to the United States, Edwards expressed his gratitude, to those who sympathize with him.
"Thanks to all who supported my recovery. I'm having a dislocated shoulder ligaments and muscles. Also with both wrists and ankles are experiencing fractures. I will undergo X-ray tests on Wednesday, "Edwards finished in his facebook account.

Sunday, October 23, 2011

"MotoGP Never Safe"

Sepang - MotoGP race director Paul Butler promised to investigate the incident that makes the death of Marco Simoncelli. Although the FIM has set high standards, but Butler admitted MotoGP race is never safe.

As reported previously, Simoncelli was killed in Malaysian MotoGP race, before noon CST. 24-year racer was killed, after engaging the incident with Colin Edwards and Valentino Rossi. Race was immediately stopped momentarily as well.

After his helmet was off, medical director Michele Macchiagodena said Simoncelli suffered a serious injury on the head, neck and chest. That's what makes Simoncelli died at a local hospital.

This is the first fatal accident, since the rider Daijiro Kato died in 2003 Japanese MotoGP ago. However, last year, teenage drivers Shoya Tomizawa, also died after crashing in Moto2 event in San Marino.

Butler says it is ready to investigate this incident. "We've set a high standard procedures. This is a bizarre incident, in which the helmet off and I'm sure the board of motorsport such as the FIM and MotoGP, will investigate this," explains Butler.

"It was an incident of back-to-back weekend for motorsport arena. We've tried hard to avoid incidents like this and preparing for the worst. You see, 99 percent of the riders fell and continued to stand. Only one percent are not," he continued.

"You can not guarantee 100 percent safe race. You will be involved danger when you join the race. As a racer, they know how dangerous MotoGP races," said Butler in a press conference at the Sepang Circuit.

"Believe it or not, that's what they should do. We join in mourning the death of Simoncelli. We will miss him," he concluded, as reported by the Telegraph, Sunday (23/10/2011).

Edwards Starting the Recovery Process in the U.S.

The fate of a little more luck experienced Colin Edwards. Yes, although the collision involved a fairly loud, Monster Yamaha Tech 3 rider was just a dislocated left shoulder suffered after the incident that killed Marco Simoncelli.

Initially, many people who thought Edwards suffered a severe injury. But thankfully, in a gruesome incident that Edwards could get up and do not experience a fatal injury. After that horrible incident, Edwards begin serving his recovery in the United States.

"The American had left the Sepang International Circuit to start the recovery process at home in America and this is very hard for her. She always prayed for Simoncelli and San Carlo Honda Gresini family, "said an official statement released on the official website of Yamaha Tech 3.

Meanwhile, MotoGP Medical Director, Michele Edwards Macchigodena convey fine. "He suffered a dislocated shoulder and the anesthesia given to her shoulders now, he is in the correct position. He's fine, "said Macchigodena in his press statement.

In that incident, Edwards failed to escape when Simoncelli fell in front of him. Thus even with Valentino Rossi. Although the chance of losing control, Rossi was able to cope with the pace of the bike, though eventually he had to lose one of her closest colleagues.

Marco 'Super Sic' Simoncelli's career journey

Marco Simoncelli eventually dies at the age that is still relatively young, 24 years (20 January 1987-23 October 2011). The tragedy that makes all the lovers of racing world by surprise. Simoncelli death in MotoGP Sepang Circuit Malaysia is the first death in premium after the death of Daijiro Kato at the Japanese GP in 2003.

The Italian rider himself started out in Italian minimoto Championship when he was aged 9 years or more precisely in 1996-2000. After promising performances in the Honda Trophy in 2001, Simoncelli and then won the European 125cc title in 2002. In the same year, Simoncelli felt in the arena of Grand Prix racing in the 125cc World Championship.

For three seasons, 2002-2005, Simoncelli race in the 125cc class with Aprilia team. During this race in the 125cc class, Simoncelli had never won a title. In 2006, Simoncelli up to the 250cc class and this time joined together with Metis Gilera team. He is ranked 10th in the standings in his first year racing in the 250cc class.

Simoncelli had to wait two years for his first victory in the 250cc class when winning the Italian GP at Mugello Circuit. In this year also, Simoncelli won the 250cc class with Metis Gilera team in 2008 by setting aside Alvaro Bautista and Hector Barbera.

250cc champion status, a year later or in 2010, when 22-year-old Simoncelli he finally felt the MotoGP class. In his first season Simoncelli is ranked eighth. During his career in MotoGP, Simoncelli has two podiums in MotoGP Rep.Ceska namely in Brno Circuit and the Australian MotoGP at Phillip Island Circuit.

The first and the last team in the MotoGP class is a joint team of the San Carlo Honda Gresini. Even had never even won a race, Simoncelli already has many fans and is referred to as a central figure in MotoGP racing style thanks to an attractive and aggressive. Rest in Peace, Super Sic.