Video: The cursed motorcycle? Spectacular accident in MotoGP practice


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This Friday the action began in the Spanish Grand Prix from MotoGP. Free workouts left more than surprising results. However, he also left a very strong accident, which scared the fans of the World Cup, since it is a pilot who is returning to the top flight: Tito Rabat.

Rabat is replacing Jorge Martin, after the latter had one of the most shocking accidents in recent years. The pilot of Pramac suffered several fractures after enduring more than 20G of force. That is why Rabat, which was part of the category until the last year, took its place in the Ducati.

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Far from having bad results, Rabat went out to improve his practice times. However, the Spanish rider had a very strong accident, with the same motorcycle in which Martín fell. Rabat had several turns of the bell that left him disoriented. Fortunately, Pramac’s did not have serious physical consequences.

Jorge Martin

After the accident last weekend, Jorge Martín underwent surgery in Barcelona. The Spanish will miss several races, and will return for the Italian Grand Prix, on Mugello, if the doctors allow it. Martín assured that during the accident he lost consciousness. According to Alpinestars data, the life of ‘Martinator’ was at risk.

“I flew out and when I fell with my head I was unconscious, and that was when I started to roll in the gravel, and from there I broke seven bones. These are hard times. I have a great team, the Doctor Mir, the Doctor Jimeno, many doctors. They will operate on me. It will be a long operation because they will do everything at once, “said the pilot before being operated on.

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