Rossi pleads caution following Austrian GP monster crash

“I understand that in the race we play for so much and everyone gives their best to be at the front, but we must not forget that ours is a dangerous sport, and the safety of us and our opponents is far more important than gaining a position.” In the post, he said that while there was no intention from Johann Zarco, poor decision making from the Frenchman was still the cause of the accident. “Zarco didn’t intentionally cause such a carambola (pile-up/ crash) but it still remains a serious error in judgement, one which a MotoGP rider cannot afford, especially at 310kph.”