On lap three of last Sunday’s Portuguese GP, Marquez collided closely with RNF’s Oliveira at Flip 3 when he locked up beneath braking.
The incident took Marquez and Oliveira out of the race, and likewise pressured Pramac’s Jorge Martin off monitor after he was clipped by the Honda rider.
The FIM stewards handed Marquez a double long lap penalty to be served within the Argentina GP, although it was thought this could by no means occur because of his absence from the spherical.
Nevertheless, on Tuesday the FIM stewards issued a clarification stating Marquez would now serve the penalty at the next round he competes in “with a view to adjust to the underlying intention taken” by the punishment.
The RNF group has now issued its personal assertion urging the stewards to impose harsher penalties for incidents like that of Marquez and Oliveira, which the outfit claims “ought to function a wake-up name for riders in MotoGP, Moto2 and Moto3.”
Miguel Oliveira, RNF MotoGP Racing, Marc Marquez, Repsol Honda Crew crash
Photograph by: Gold and Goose / Motorsport Images
“CryptoDATA RNF MotoGP Crew, following a current incident of reckless and irresponsible racing displayed by Marc Marquez in opposition to Miguel Olivera, is pushing for harsher and extreme penalties from the FIM Stewards,” the assertion started.
“MotoGP races whether or not or not it’s a dash or major races, are high-speed and high-intensity, the place each rider desires to win in any respect prices.
“Nevertheless, such aggressive behaviour can usually result in dire penalties, not just for the riders themselves but in addition for his or her fellow rivals.
“The incident on the current race between Marc Marquez and Miguel Olivera ought to function a wake-up name for riders in MotoGP, Moto2, and Moto3.
“Thus, it’s crucial that they’re reminded of the severity of the punishment for any form of reckless and irresponsible racing.
CryptoDATA RNF MotoGP Crew condemns such behaviour and strongly advocates for stricter penalties to discourage future offenders together with the group personal riders.
“We urge the FIM Stewards to take fast and decisive motion in opposition to such reckless using, setting examples for the youthful and upcoming riders in Moto3 and Moto2.
“We imagine that security is the highest precedence in any sport, and MotoGP should take crucial actions to make sure the security of all its riders.
“We look ahead to supporting the FIM Stewards of their ongoing efforts to develop a safer and extra accountable racing surroundings.”
The FIM is but to reply to this assertion.