At the end of the first lap of today’s Italian GP at Mugello, Scott Redding was involved in Karel Abraham’s accident, also ending up in the gravel. Fortunately, he suffered no consequences or serious injury after the bad fall, but it obviously ended the race for him – and was a crushing blow to finishing an already difficult weekend.
“The weekend ended in the worst possible way. On the last turn of the first lap, Abraham crashed out. His bike hit me and took me down. I was thrown from the bike rather violently, so much that I had the wind knocked out of me when I hit the ground. I have a few other bruises too and hopefully there won’t be any lasting consequences.”
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