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    MotoGP bike devices can’t be blamed for Aragon lap 1 chaos

    The returning Marquez was rear-ended by championship chief Fabio Quartararo when the Honda rider had a small second making use of the throttle by Flip 3 on the opening lap.

    This despatched Quartararo right into a sickening crash whereas bits of his Yamaha obtained caught within the rear of Marquez’s Honda.

    When the six-time MotoGP world champion engaged his rear journey peak system exiting Flip 7, he misplaced drive from the rear wheel because the system locked, which triggered a second collision with LCR’s Takaaki Nakagami.

    This incident has led to a renewed debate on whether or not the later technical advances in MotoGP, corresponding to journey peak gadgets and aerodynamic wings, ought to be banned on security grounds.

    However Miller – whose Ducati staff has been towards all proposed bans to those objects lately – feels the gadgetry can’t be blamed for what occurred on lap 1 at Aragon.

    “Yeah, I imply, that’s part of it. On the finish of the day that is racing, shit’s going to occur,” Miller started.

    “Are we blaming them [gadgets] are we now? Shit appears to occur whenever you journey up the arse of different individuals.

    “The bike by itself appears to be completely advantageous, so I don’t suppose we will blame the gadgetry on this circumstance.

    Jack Miller, Ducati Team

    Jack Miller, Ducati Staff

    Picture by: Dorna

    “Somebody operating up the arse of another person and breaking a variety of elements off the motorbike, in fact the motorbike’s not going to work correctly.

    “I imply, both approach whether or not that broke it or the subframe broke it, no matter, shit’s going to interrupt when two bikes come collectively. It’s inevitable.”

    He added: “Once we got here up there, there was shit all around the monitor: wings and rocks and all types.

    “Proper up the apex of Flip 4, the place you go proper up the kerb, there have been hundreds of stones.

    “Pecco [Bagnaia] ran as much as the kerb in between 4 and 5 as a result of all of us went in there and all misplaced the entrance on all these stones throughout the monitor. So, it’s a part of it. That’s why this sport is so cool.”

    Quartararo – who was concerned in a scooter incident on his approach again to the paddock after his retirement – solely suffered some abrasions to his chest within the incident with Marquez, whereas Nakagami’s Japanese GP is doubtful after he suffered lacerations to his hand in his collision.

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