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Rossi urges riders to control aggression after ‘terrifying’ crash – Sydney Morning Herald

Valentino Rossi looked visibly shaken when he returned to the garage before the resumption of the Austrian MotoGP after two flying bikes missed him by inches.



Yamaha’s Valentino Rossi has urged riders who make their way up to the premier class to exercise caution when fighting for track positions to avoid a repeat of the horror collision that halted the Austrian Grand Prix on Sunday.
The red flag came out early in the race when Franco Morbidelli’s Yamaha collided with the Avintia Ducati of Johann Zarco, with their cartwheeling bikes nearly taking out Rossi at turn three of the Red Bull Ring.
The two bikes missed the 41-year-old and teammate Maverick…

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