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Zarco ‘didn’t care about me’ in Brno MotoGP collision- Espargaro

Pol Espargaro reckons that Johann Zarco “wanted the contact” that caused him to crash out from the Czech grand prix at Brno while battling for fourth. The KTM racer came under pressure from the Frenchman after making a couple of small errors while trying to push Fabio Quartararo for third, with a final mistake at Turn 1 allowing Zarco close enough to make a move. The Avintia man drove into the gap Espargaro had left going wide, but was unsighted and got collected as the RC16 closed back in to take the apex. While Zarco continued, Espargaro went down and slid into the gravel on the exit of the bend, retiring from the contest while team-mate Brad Binder went on to win his and KTM’s...
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