I have already posted a link to Steve Parish’s comments regarding the death of Shoya Tomizawa which means you no longer have an excuse for posting such hate filled and uninformed rubbish on this site.
Steve Parish was just as gutted as everybody else at the tragic death of Shoya, I know this and you know this so do us all a favour and stop making out that he didn’t care.
It is perfectly acceptable for someone to be concerned about more than one person at a time, all Steve was doing during the live coverage was making the point that Scott Reading, who isn’t an idiot – he’s a bloody nice guy, would have to deal with the terrible situation of crashing at high speed and knowing that his crash contributed to the death of another rider and one of his friends – not that he was in any way responsible, Shoya lowsided coming out of a corner and Scott had nowhere to go and could do nothing but hit Shoya.
If you can’t get this into your tiny and hate filled mind then that is your problem and nobody else’s – just do the rest of us a favour and shut up about something you very clearly know nothing about !
This is brilliant website but sadly the likes of you are putting me off visiting it as I really can’t deal with such uninformed nonsense from a bunch of childish time wasters who add nothing to the site or the discussions that take place on it.
For those who didn’t read Steve’s comments on Faraz’s previous forum thread, they are here:
“Before 2010, the last time we lost a rider was in 2003, when Daijiro Kato was killed. That is what makes the death of Moto2 rider Shoya Tomizawa in San Marino last weekend so much harder to take.”
Now I don’t know about anyone else but this doesn’t sound like the sort of comment someone would make if they “did not for once feel sorry for him” (sic).