Sport Sportswartin suffers bone breaks: driver ignored yellow flags and crashes
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as part of the WSBK weekend in Barcelona, it came to an accident on Friday morning In which a sportswartin took several bone breaks, because a driver of the Supersport class had ignored flag signals.
At the first training of the SuperSport World Cup, Lokalmatador Marc Alcoba (MS-Racing-Yamaha) crashed in curve 2. The sports waiting took care of the salvage of the machine. About 30 seconds after the fall, Ondrej Vostatek (Yart-Yamaha) ignored the yellow flags and crashed at the same place.
The motorcycle hit the sports aller, which had to be treated. The session was interrupted.
"In the morning, in the FT1 of the SuperSport World Cup, a sports alder in curve 2 was involved in an accident. It was immediately looked after by the medical staff of the route and later brought to the hospital where the bone breaks are treated," it says in a message WSBK officers.
Ondrej Vostatek had to be a hearing after the incident and was punished immediately. The Czech is closed for the SUPERSPORT race on Saturday and must start the pit lane at the subsequent race on Sunday.
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