EbeneInfo – AU – Spanish rider in death-defying crawl after Moto2 World Championship crash


Breaking his motorcycle became the least of the worries of Spanish rider Aron Canet during qualifying for the last race of the Moto2 World Championship season in Portugal on Sunday (New Zealand time)

After crashing at turn eight at the Algarve International Circuit in Portimão, the 21-year-old skidded on the track in the face of sparks from his machine

But then Canet would have really had his life flashing before his eyes, for, slipping while trying to get up, he then realized he had bikes flying over him in an extremely dangerous situation

After two runners flew over his exterior, Canet then sort of got in between two others, before he was able to crawl off the track to get away from one another and get to safety, completing a final rolling as another runner burned the hill

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After showing off these incredibly good reflexes, the Team Aspar rider quickly got up and ran to get his bike, rather casually giving a double thumbs up on several occasions to indicate he was okay with it. to resume

Canet was able to come back up, back to the pits and finally set a good enough time to place him 15th of 29 for Monday morning’s race (New Zealand time)

Canet finished second overall in his fourth year of the Moto3 World Championship last year and ranks 12th in his first season in Moto2

Arón Canet, Moto2, Motorcycle Grand Prix, Motorcycle Grand Prix of Portugal

EbeneInfo – AU – Spanish rider in death-defying crawl after Moto2 World Championship crash

Source: https://www.stuff.co.nz/sport/motorsport/300164735/spanish-rider-in-deathdefying-dodging-crawl-after-moto2-world-championship-crash

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