Marshal protests against not receiving food or drink

Jakarta, CNN Indonesia

Races Indian MotoGP The first day was marked by protests from a number of marshals because they were performing difficult tasks without sufficient food.

In the report speed week, there was an interruption by the stewards after the first free practice session. The marshal had protested by going on strike because, in the hot weather conditions, they had not received mineral water or snacks for the lunch break.

As a result, MotoGP practice times were delayed by 15 minutes. The new training session starts at 12:45 p.m. local time until 1:55 p.m.



The marshal’s performance was still considered insufficient on the first day. There were several errors made by the commissioner which were protested by the riders.

One of them concerns the speed of rising yellow flag as a sign that something dangerous is happening on the track.

“We were told yellow flagbut the marshal never lifted the warning,” Brad Binder said.

Brad Binder had recorded the fastest time in fourth place but that time was deemed invalid. As a result, his recognized time record was number 12 and he failed to qualify directly for the second qualifying phase.

Stefan Bradl said he considers the light panels on the circuit to be the best indicator for seeing the signals on the track.

“We have not received any messages on the associated dashboard yellow flag. But we saw yellow flag of the marshal.

“The best indicator is the light signs on the track, which riders can see from afar. Of course, it depends on when the accident happened in front of a rider and how quickly the marshal sends the information. However yellow flag thrilling, the lap time will in effect be canceled as soon as the driver passes,” Bradl said.

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