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Liam Marsden  says:

Marco Simoncelli passes away after Sepang crash

Marco Simoncelli has passed away in Malaysia after crashing during the second lap of the MotoGP race at the Sepang circuit earlier today. The 24-year-old was battling with Alvaro Bautista for fourth position when he lost the front at turn 11. Following riders Colin Edwards and Valentino Rossi were unable to take avoiding action and both riders collided with Simoncelli, his...

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Eddy998

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Eddy998 says:

R.I.P. Marco

So sad that the sport has to lose one of it's brightest shining stars. Heartfelt condolences to all family and friends. The sport has lost a great champion and a great person.

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Rogerthat

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Rogerthat says:

RIP Marco

Can't believe Marco has gone, a shining light in the paddock and a real superstar in the making. My thoughts are with his family and friends, the MotoGP paddock and in particular Vale Rossi and Colin Edwards

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Rogerthat

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Rogerthat says:

RIP Marco

Can't believe Marco has gone, a shining light in the paddock and a real superstar in the making. My thoughts are with his family and friends, the MotoGP paddock and in particular Vale Rossi and Colin Edwards

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v2kiwi

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v2kiwi says:

Another Tragic Day

in Motor sport. Rest in peace MARCO you will be sorely missed by us all . You were the reason we all watch moto GP. Our hearts are with your family and friends.

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asti1

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asti1 says:

#58

RIP Marco, A true talent, such a sad day...

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kcmc

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kcmc says:

sad sad sad day

still can't believe he's gone.

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BKKP

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BKKP says:

Marco

RIP #58......i had so much hope for you and your future. You were a bright light for sure.

I think its going to be difficult for Rossi and particularly Edwards to continue. It will be very difficult for them not feel responsible ultimately although it was unavoidable.

A very sad day

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leemuz

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leemuz says:

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a race number that will live in the memory of so many moto gp fans i will miss his personna around the gp scene and regret he will now never meet his ambition s of been world champion many times over

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Hedgehog5

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Hedgehog5 says:

The sport has lost a great rider, real talent & pit lane character... I'm still shaking... I'm devastated... RIP Marco.

My thoughts are with his family, friends & team.

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PAUL70A

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PAUL70A says:

R.I.P

A very sad day.....just been looking at the photos on the Daily Mail web site. Is it me, or does it look as though the medics carrying the stretcher, drop poor Simoncelli? Shame on the "fans" who threw rubbish onto the track before finding out why the race was cancelled.....thought it would be plain to see!! My thoughts to his family, friends and the team.

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