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Marco Simoncelli Crash: Accidents Shouldn’t Call for Change in Racing

The racing world was once again hit with tragic news over the weekend, as young Marco Simoncelli died from injuries sustained in a motorcycle crash at the Malaysian GP on Sunday.This was the same track on which Simoncelli won the 2008 world championship in the 250cc class. It was a horrible accident, but there isn't much that could have been done to prevent it. MotoGP already takes bikers' safety very seriously, and this is nothing more than a heartbreaking accident. World Superbike champion James Toseland told BBC Sport that Simoncelli was loved by all.  "Marco was such a likeable lad. I think everybody envied his hairstyle, charisma and will to win.  "He was a lovely, quiet lad away from the track but once he...

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