Styrian GP – Jacques Bolle supports Zarco after the Spielberg crash –

Jacques Bolle supports Zarco after the Spielberg crash

Styrian GP - Jacques Bolle supports Zarco after the Spielberg crash -

While Johann Zarco is accused by several pilots of having dangerous behavior on the track after the impressive crash at the Austrian GP, ​​the president of the FFM supports the French pilot and denounces certain accusations "whose motivation is not not well defined "…

"When we view the images, nothing shows that Johann had any responsibility in this accident, on the contrary", recalls the president of the French Motorcycling Federation (FFM).

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"I therefore urge the media to be cautious in this matter" and "in any case, the FIM stewards will study the question within a few days and I have full confidence in their analysis", underlines Jacques Bolle , himself a former Grand Prix driver.

"The French Motorcycling Federation will provide all the necessary support to Johann in this case", concludes the FFM by wondering about "certain accusations whose motivation is not well defined concerning the responsibility of Johann Zarco in this accident", then that "a large part of the Grand Prix drivers present (like Danilo Petrucci or Xavier Simeon, editor’s note) or past (like Giacomo Agostini, editor’s note) consider that this accident is an unfortunate fact of racing".

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Franco Morbidelli and Valentino Rossi, who work together in the VR46 Riders Academy, are among the riders who have come up against Johann.

"Serious error of appreciation"

"Zarco must pay for his mistake", estimates the Italian-Brazilian pilot while the Doctor, if he admits that "Zarco did not intentionally cause such a pile-up", considers that "it remains a serious error of appreciation that ‘a MotoGP rider cannot afford, especially in braking at 310 km / h. By moving quickly to the right and braking "in front" of Franco, he did not give him room to slow down, so Morbidelli couldn’t help but hit it at full speed "…

In the meantime, Johann must undergo surgery tomorrow and must meet the officials Thursday to take stock of the same as Franco Morbidelli, Pol Espargaro and Miguel Oliveira.

The four riders will be auditioned by the Americans Bill Cumbow and Freddie Spencer and the German Ralph Bohnhorst, members of the MotoGP commission of the International Motorcycling Federation (FIM).

Unfortunately, Johann is unable to take the start of the Styrian GP on Sunday due to his injury … The whole MNC team is keeping their fingers crossed that the French driver with an injured wrist does not give up !

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