Pol Espargaró accident, controversy explodes: Pecco Bagnaia harsh
The Spaniard’s nasty crash does not leave the world champion indifferent
It’s controversy in MotoGp over the characteristics of the area of the track where Pol Espargaró’s nasty crash occurred during the second free practice session of the Portuguese GP: raising his voice is the world champion himself, Pecco Bagnaia, who did not mince words during an intervention to the microphones of ‘Sky Sport’.
“The first time we raced here, in 2020, I pointed out to the safety managers that the gravel was too big and could have created problems. Last year I came back to the pits with real stones and they made fun of me…. This year something has changed but evidently it’s not enough, the new gravel is only present in a little bit.”
“You can clearly see in the replay that Pol arrives on the gravel and starts doing bad spins,” Bagnaia added. “He spins badly, he doesn’t slow down. It’s very dangerous, he took a big risk.”