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R.I.P Marco Simoncelli0
By - Posted 4th July, 2015 at 9:27 pm

R.I.P Marco Simoncelli

In his home town of Coriano, it has been filled with mourners for the funeral of the MotoGP rider, who was killed on 23/10/11 at the Malaysian Grand Prix. At the age of 24, Marco Simoncelli suffered chest, head and neck injuries after losing control of his motor bike, which then moved him into the way of oncoming motor bikes. It has been said that he had the potential of becoming a future world champion. 

From his death have come with tears and sadness. Many flowers, messages were left in the town centre of his home town. Many of his supporters which was mourning was wearing the number “58” in which was the number which he had on his helmet. 

The two bikers in which Marco Simoncelli’s bike swerved into the way of are Colin Edwards and Valentino Rossi. Valentino Rossi visited the funeral on Thursday. The death of Marco Simoncelli has affected so many people around the world which has touched so many hearts, even Michael Schumacher himself said that he has been “touched” by the death of Marco Simoncelli and has been “touched” by the death of Dan Wheldon, who was killed in the US this month. Although Michael Schumacher has been “touched” by the death of Marco Simoncelli and Dan Wheldon, Michael Schumacher also says that the safety of the sport has been “hugely improved”.

Michael Schumacher also believes that “If something has to happen, that is something I would call fate, and fate is something we are all faced with”, by this he believes that what has happened cannot be changed, but what happens is something we cannot change either.

From the bottom of my heart, I believe that the sad death of this biker will affect the sport as we know it; that the biker has had a huge effect on the sport and will sadly be missed by millions of people around the globe. 

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