GP Malaysia suspended, Simoncelli in critical condition. Malaysian GP is officially canceled, after a horror accident that happened Honda Gresini rider Marco Simoncelli on Sunday (23.10.11). Previously, after an accident that occurred on the second lap, the time would otherwise be restarted at 16:45 local time or 15:45 pm.
Race at the Sepang Circuit was quite tight, after the red lights mark the race began. But upon entering the second lap in curve 11, Simoncelli crashed and involves the Tech 3 Yamaha rider Colin Edwards, and Ducati rider, Valentino Rossi.
The accident caused Simoncelli was lying on the track with a helmet came off and she did not move, while Edwards dragged out the track and suffered a dislocated shoulder. Meanwhile Rossi survived, being able to control the motor so it only extends to the outer tracks and riding Ducati GP11.1 suffered only minor damage.
After the accident, marshal directly waving a red flag stopped the race mark. However, it seems things could not allow to do this race on Sunday, because the concentration of the condition of the medical team Simoncelli..