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Aug 08

Posts: 721

Mjollnir says:

RIP Marco Simoncelli

A world class rider. 

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  • Posted 3 years ago (23 October 2011 10:28)

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Oct 05

Posts: 3133

i wish

i would like to show my repect to an undoubted champion  but all i can do is offer my condolences to marcos closest family ....still can not believe this happened ...i just hope his poor family get some well deserved support after the images of his accident were shown worldwide with cameras poked in everyones faces ..if we could attend marcos funeral we would all be there

he was probably the most respected rider in moto gp this year by people from the uk because he made the racing  so competitive with his raw talent

you will be missed super sic :upset: 

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Nov 05

Posts: 1464

evlcatnw says:

Rip marco

He'll be sadly missed on the grid but my thoughts are with Rossi, marco's family and friends-he always came across as a larger than life character and a proper cheeky chappie.... Racing wont be the same without him but at least he died doing something he loved

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Jun 11

Posts: 4

Ciao Marco

Its taken me all week to be able to post anything on this, even now i'm typing with a tear in my eye, I keep asking Why?? How?? Surely this isn't true??

Our whole family loved Marco, his style, his smile, his bravery even his hair lol, for us Moto GP will never be the same again, it's strange, I rarely record Moto GP as we like to watch it live, but, stored on the hard drive, are two Moto GP rounds 16 & 17 the best and worst rounds for Marco in Moto GP...

I have to keep fighting back anger, as I want to try to remember Sic for all the good things, for now, at least until after tomorrow when Marco's funeral will take place.

I do hope some serious questions are asked of Dorna, Sepang Circuit and Medical staff and AGV soon after though, anyway, that's for another day.

Ciao Super Sic - Rest In Peace - Gods gain is the worlds loss.



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Sep 04

Posts: 2620

tiamo69 says:

tweet #CiaoMarco at 2PM today

Hi everyone;

if you're on twitter, please tweet '#CiaoMarco' at 2PM GMT which is the time that his funeral starts in Italy, today.

follow @Super_Sic_58 for updates.

RIP Marco

Gone long before your time...

honoured to have met Marco with my family, off the track & he was a truly wonderful person, full of life & humour.

a gap has been left in MotoGP that will never be filled.

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Sep 08

Posts: 5197

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May 09

Posts: 535

thehossdog says:

still gutted : (

After clicking on one of the links I saw this Vid amongst many


I can't get over it, I keep wondering why he didn't just let go of the bike.

I know it's easier said and what not, but wow what a talent.

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Jul 07

Posts: 1515

Frieda says:

Three years ago, when

Super-Sic rode in the 125 Gilera team, I bought this

bike... If I still had it today, I would have been out

riding it in memory of Marco... Here is a photo of it...

Gilera 125 Squadra Corse (race replica with Metis team logo):

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