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PostSubject: Sad day for Moto Gp   Mon Sep 06, 2010 3:03 pm

As alot of you may know On sunday there was a bad crash at San Marino Moto GP on Sunday. During the Moto 2 race just before the Gp race Shoya Tomizawa was killed after he lost control of his bike and 2 other bike plouged into him at around 140Mph. He was later pronounced dead at the end of the The Moto GP race.

He was only 19 and died doing something he loved and racing to entertain moto gp fans. So i hope everyone pays there respects and prays for his family and freinds.

This tradegy is also another reminder that even when riding motorcycles on the track away from the dangers of the road, motorcycle riding can still be very dangerous and is not something to be taken for granted.

Hope you all ride safe!
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