If you think of a ‘rescue’ from a certain fall in MotoGP, the circus numbers shown by Marc Marquez before his right humerus injury can only come to mind. The Honda Spaniard had among his special moves the ability to maintain balance on his bike even in situations where the vast majority of riders would have surrendered to a crash. But what was seen at the 6 Hours of Most by Xavier Simeon riding the official Suzuki of the endurance world championship, he is truly incredible: the 32-year-old Belgian rider was faced with a practically certain fall at mid-race, after crossing a trail of oil left by one of the bikes that preceded him. .
The former Ducati Avintia rider in MotoGP showed an enviable cold blood and had the instinct to extend your right hand in the most critical moment, using it as a support to regain balance and continue on the escape route without running into a slide. With this move, the Suzuki team (also composed of Gregg Black and Sylvain Guintoli) managed to close the race in third place and thus conquer the 2021 title. : “Did you get a euro off the ground or what?“Or by Alvaro Bautista:”You will need to put the soap bars on the gloves“.