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Monday, 24 October 2011

Kematian Marco Simoncelli Di Sepang

Peminat sukan bermotor bersedih setelah kematian kedua selepas Pelumba Itali Marco Simoncelli terbunuh dalam perlanggaran dengan Colin Edward dan Valentino Rossi. Pelumba Gresini Honda tersebut hilang kawalan pada lap ke 2 di Litar Sepang, kemudian dilanggar oleh Edward dan Rossi selepas beliau tergelincir hingga ke atas trek.



Helmet yang di pakai oleh pelumba berumur 24 tahun ni tercabut sejurus pelanggaran dan beliau di bawa ke pusat perubatan untuk rawatan tetapi meninggal kerana kecederaan yang dialami beliau.





Kematian Simoncelli selepas kehilangan seorang lagi dalam sukan bermotor, pemandu British Racing Dan Wheldon. Penganjur membatalkan perlumbaan selepas kejadian tersebut.



' Disebabkan pelanggaran yang berlaku semasa berlaku, dan beliau dilanggar oleh pelumba lain, beliau mengalami trauma yang serius di kepala, leher dan dada'. Kata pengarah perubatan Dr Michele Macchiagodena semasa sidang media berikutan tragedi tersebut.

Tambahnya lagi, semasa pegawai perubatan pergi mendapatkan beliau, Simoncelli tidak sedarkan diri. Di dalam ambulan, kerana ada serangan jantung, mereka telah melakukan CPR. Setibanya di pusat perubatan, dengan bantuan doktor kami di Mobile Clinica dan doktor-doktor tempatan, beliau diintubasikan untuk mengeluarkan darah di dalam toraks beliau.

CPR diteruskan selama 45 minit untuk menyelamtkan beliau selama yang mungkin, bagaimanapun tetap tidak dapat menyelamatkan beliau, dan pada jam 4:56 petang, beliau diisytiharkan meninggal dunia.





Simoncelli memenangi Kejuaraan Dunia 250cc pada 2008, merangkul kejuaraan di Sepang, dan mengorak langkah kepada MotoGP pada 2010. Kematian beliau merupakan kematian pertama dalam MotoGP selepas Daijiro Katoh di Grand Prix Japan pada  2003.

Apabila ditanya mengenai Helmet Simoncelli tercabut, Pengarah perlumbaan memberitahu kepa sidang media: 'Saya fikir jika saya perlu menjawab, ia mungkin disebabkan oleh perkara lain. Bagaimanapun, penyebab sebenar akan disiasat".

MARCO SIMONCELLI: 1987 - 2011

1987: Born in Cattolica, Italy on January 20.
1996: Runner-up in the Italian Minimoto Championship.
1999: Champion of the Italian Minimoto Championship.
2000: Claims a back-to-back title in the Italian Minimoto Championship and is runner-up in the European Minimoto Championship.
2001: Moves up to the the Italian 125cc Championship and wins the title in his rookie year.
2002: Wins the European 125cc title.
2003: Takes part in his first full season in the 125cc World Championship with the Matteoni Racing team.
2004: Joins the Rauch Bravo team and wins his first Grand Prix at a rain-soaked Jerez.
2005: Completes another 125cc campaign with the Nocable.it Race team and finishes fifth in the final standings.
2006: Moves up to the 250cc class riding for Gilera. Finishes the season in 10th overall with a sixth place finish at the Chinese Grand Prix his best result.

2008: June - Wins his first 250cc race at the Italian GP in Mugello in controversial circumstances when Hector Barbera crashed into him after Simoncelli appeared to try to block him off.
October - Wins the 250cc World Championship after a successful season with Gilera with a third place finish in the Malaysian Grand Prix at Sepang.
2009: Finishes third overall in the 250cc World Championship behind Japan's Hiroshi Aoyama and Spain's Barbera.
2010: Moves up to ride in his debut MotoGP season for Honda. Finishes 16 of the 18 races en route to eighth place in the championship.
2011: May - Collides with Dani Pedrosa while battling for second in the French GP. The resulting crash saw Pedrosa break his collarbone and Simoncelli receive a ride-through penalty, eventually finishing fifth. Simoncelli accepted he needed to re-evaluate his driving style and at times be more cautious.
June - Claims his first MotoGP pole at the Catalan GP but a poor start resulted in a sixth placed finish.
October 23 - Killed in a crash during the Malaysian GP in Sepang.




Sumber : 
www.dailymail.co.uk

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