The world of MotoGP is concentrating on the weekend scheduled at the Red Bull Ring, home of the Austrian Grand Prix, but in the memory of the fans there is still the fright of the PL4 from Silverstone: during that free practice session, the general attention was in fact focused on the terrible fall of Aleix Espargaró, thrown from his Aprilia and fell violently on the asphalt. In the impact, the Spaniard had brought back the fracture of the right heel, also taking part in the race despite the extent of the injury. Now, two weeks after the incident, other details about the episode emerge, which make the crash of the Argentine GP winner even more impressive: the Stainless steel, the company that makes the racing suits for the Spaniard, has in fact reported the telemetry data recorded during the crash at turn 12, with a shocking result. After losing control of the bike at a speed of 186 km / hthe Aprilia rider suffered a ben impact 23 G of deceleration, which is 23 times the force of gravity. Fortunately, the airbag did its job regularly, opening in 950 milliseconds and avoiding far worse physical consequences.
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