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Australian MotoGP: Lorenzo Finger Left End

Some people about the scene trying to locate pieces that finger.
Yamaha rider Jorge Lorenzo could not appear in the session's Australian MotoGP race right after crashing in the warm-up session, Sunday, October 16, 2011. The incident led to leading segment of the ring finger on his left hand broken. 2010 MotoGP Globe Champion were forced to undergo plastic surgery.

Reporting from Crash Net, the accident occurred at the bend 12 in the course of last lap warm-up session. After falling, Lorenzo looks up within the motor and waved his left finger.

When aware of his fingers broken, many people in the surrounding events to try to find pieces that finger. Medical officer saw the injury was directly decided Lorenzo unfit to race session.

Lorenzo's absence triggered a blessing to its strongest competitor, Casey Stoner. Since Stoner presenting no much more obstacles to win the globe title in 2011 in Australia, though still leaving two series races once more.

Certain sufficient, Stoner performed without the opponent a draw and won the very first podium at Phillip Island Circuit. Thus the sheer numbers of points, Stoner was once more overtaken by Lorenzo who sits in second location standings.

"I thought just slightly accident. I feel it is also only a modest blister or one thing. But right after I saw he repeats aired, everyone was attempting to locate a form of her finger," said Stoner voiced his sympathy.

"I get just a little queasy for the reason that Furthermore, i racers. It feels for those who have things along these lines."

Stoner now collecting 325 points it is entitled to claim the MotoGP globe champion for that second time career correct on his birthday. Regarding Lorenzo, who has been injured only collected 260 points.

Even when Lorenzo wins the two a lot more series in Malaysia and Spain and win prizes every 25 points, the numbers won't have the ability to catch numerous points Stoner.
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