MotoGP, Johann Zarco at the Red Bull Ring hit the tarmac at 26.52 G!

Alpinestars has provided the data of the collision between the French pilot and Franco Morbidelli between turn 2 and 3. In the graph highlighted the opening of the air-bag and the seconds elapsed from the beginning to the end of the accident

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The airbag in the suit was undoubtedly the greatest invention designed to protect motorcyclists.

Alpinestars has provided the data of the collision between the French rider and Franco Morbidelli between turn 2 and 3 where it is highlighted that Zarco has undergone an acceleration of 25.52 G at the moment of impact with the asphalt and for about two seconds he flew in the air without touching the ground. Do they seem few to you?

For another two seconds he rolled and for another long second he slipped. A total of five terrifying seconds before the crash.

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