Each Marquez and Oliveira will miss the MotoGP of Argentina this weekend attributable to accidents sustained in a crash within the season-opening race at Portimao attributable to the Repsol Honda rider.
Marquez is because of serve a double penalty for a protracted lap in his subsequent look within the competitors, however Oliveira’s aspect usually are not proud of this punishment.
Their assertion reads: “The CryptoDATA RNF MotoGP Staff, following a latest reckless and irresponsible racing incident posted by Marc Marquez (Repsol Honda) towards Miguel Oliveira (CryptoDATA RNF MotoGP Staff), is pushing for more durable and more durable penalties from the FIM Stewards.
“MotoGP racing, whether or not it is a dash or a primary race, is excessive pace and excessive depth, the place each rider needs to win in any respect prices.
“Nevertheless, such aggressive habits can usually result in disastrous penalties, not just for the riders themselves, but in addition for his or her fellow opponents.
“The latest race incident between Marc Marquez and Miguel Oliveira ought to function a wake-up name for MotoGP, Moto2 and Moto3 riders.
“Thus, it’s crucial to remind them of the severity of the penalty for any sort of reckless and irresponsible racing.
“CryptoDATA RNF MotoGP Staff condemns such habits and strongly advocates for stricter penalties to discourage future offenders, together with the staff’s personal riders.
“We urge the FIM Stewards to take swift and decisive motion towards such reckless driving, setting an instance for youthful and upcoming riders in Moto3 and Moto2.
“We consider that security is the highest precedence in any sport, and MotoGP should take the mandatory steps to make sure the security of all its riders. We sit up for supporting the FIM Stewards of their continued efforts to develop an setting safer and extra accountable racing.
Marquez has accepted duty for the Portuguese MotoGP third-round incident and apologized to Oliveira and the RNF staff on Sunday.
Aleix Espargaro has urged he deserves a one-race ban.