Motogp Simoncelli In Memories

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Simoncelli In Memories - Gressini Italian Honda rider Marco Simoncelli, who was killed in an accident in Malaysian MotoGP race on Sunday (23/10), known as a flamboyant figure. He was also one of the talented riders in the automotive world.




With her ​​frizzy hair style, Simoncelli very easily recognizable. Meanwhile, the talent that has made Simoncelli has always received attention from many parties, AFP reported.

Ironically, the Sepang Circuit Simoncelli clinched his world 250 cc class in 2008, became final circuits used this driver.

Accidents involving Colin Edwards and Valentino Rossi made Simoncelli crashed on the track. Efforts to rescue the failed media. Simoncelli dies at the age of 24.

Born in Cattolica, January 20, 1987, Simoncelli finished domestic racing career, by moving to Aprilia team in 2002. At that time, he followed the 125cc MotoGP championship.

Gained his first victory in 2004 after he started racing GP from pole position in Spain. In 2006, he later graduated to the 250cc class, and moved to Gilera team. Together this team, Simoncelli won the world title in 2008.

Having won 12 victories in the 250cc class, he then switch to MotoGP. In 2010, Simoncelli defending Honda Gressini.

In May, he was involved with a controversial crash another Honda rider, Dani Pedrosa, as both follow the French GP at Le Mans. As a result of the accident was forced to undergo surgery due Pedrosa suffered a broken bone in his shoulder.

Simoncelli was accused of an illegal maneuver. He had often come under fire from fans Pedrosa due to the case with the Spaniard.

The best results which Simoncelli inscribed in the MotoGP class is the second position, while Casey Stoner ensure the champion title at the Australian GP last week. A week after these achievements, Simoncelli also have breathed her last.

Formula 1 driver, Mark Webber, said his condolences through a twitter account, "RIP Marco. Special talents will be missed. Thinking about your love and all the MotoGP paddock."

Meanwhile, Moto GP rider, Cal Crutchlow write on twitter, "RIP Marco Simoncelli. A great racer and a person familiar with everything. My mind together with family and friends. I will never forget this day."

To the BBC, Stoner said, "At the moment I saw the footage of the scene, I felt nauseous. Whenever the helmet off, it is a bad sign."

BBC presenter, Matt Roberts, Simoncelli describes as "flamboyant figure both inside and outside the track."

"When someone dies, everyone always said that they love life. But he is personally very excited," he added.

"He already has fans in large numbers around the world, though often ridiculed because of the way racing is aggressive, but he is a cool guy. He did not make himself too seriously, and (should) will be a star next year.
Simoncelli goodbye ... god be with you ...
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