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'This can't continue, big list of ideas' - MotoGP stars react to latest tragedy

Racing motorcycles is inherently dangerous but after three teenage deaths in four months - Hugo Millan (14), Jason Dupasquier (19) and now Dean Berta Vinales (15) - MotoGP riders agreed action must be taken to address the string of fatal injuries for Moto3/SSP300 riders falling in front of other competitors. Crash MotoGP Podcast - Click here to listen to Keith Huewen, Harry Benjamin and our own Pete McLaren talk MotoGP "It's beyond terrible, it's atrocious what's happened this year with so many young lives being lost," said Ducati's Jack Miller. "Looking the other day at Dean, [born in] 2006. It's not long ago. The poor kid didn't get to live a full life, and that's...
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