Leading MotoGP riders express concern over Jerez run-off

The fast Turn 7 left-hander was a particular point of concern following a fast crash for Marc Marquez in FP3, where the Honda rider went straight to the air fence and was subsequently taken to hospital for checks.
Marquez’s Honda team-mate Pol Espargaro had a similar crash at the same corner in FP4 and says the biggest issue with the lack of run-off there is the increased risk of your errant …Keep reading

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