05/09/10 - 11:15
San Marino Grand Prix
Misano World Circuit Marco Simoncelli • Race


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Tomizawa was taken to a local hospital by ambulance due to the serious nature of his injuries. We are sad to report that he has lost his fight for life.


TONI ELIAS WINS! Four wins on the trot and a masterful performance. Julian Simon second, and a fantastic third place for Thomas Luthi.


Elias begins his last lap and has a cushion of more than two seconds.


Andrea Iannone is touring, and a miserable race is over for the Italian.


Luthi makes his move on Corsi... and sticks it. He is looking at a podium finish...


Scott Redding and Shoya Tomizawa have been taken to the medical centre for a "check-up". Let's hope that's as minor as it sounds...


Yukio Takahashi is the latest faller. He is basically OK but looks a bit winded.


Thomas Luthi has made an impressive move from 15th on the grid and he is running fourth at present. Tremendous stuff from the Swiss.


Elias looks set for his fourth race win in a row, and he already looks like a Moto2 champion-elect.


Simon throws it completely sideways going into a left-hander but controls the slide masterfully.


Elias's lead is now up to 2.8 seconds from Julian Simon and Simone Corsi.


Iannone is up to 18th after his ridethrough penalty dropped him to the back of the field. A points finish is within touching distance.


How they stand: 1-Elias, 2-Simon, 3-Corsi, 4-Cluzel, 5-Takahashi, 6-Luthi, 7-Talmacsi, 8-Bradl, 9-Corti, 10-Aegerter.


Sergio Gadea is out and gesticulating. Not sure what happened there but there didn't appear to be anyone else involved.


The race continues with Elias still leading by a second from Corsi. But the rest of this will be under a cloud - real concern over the welfare of Shoya Tomizawa.


De Angelis, amazingly, is up and walking, and Redding is hurt but moving. The real worry is Tomizawa, who was run over by both De Angelis and Redding. A horrifying crash.


MASSIVE CRASH. A spectacular spill as Scott Redding, Alex Di Angelis and Shoya Tomizawa go down. That is huge. We'll let you know ASAP how the riders are.


How they stand: 1-Elias, 2-Corsi, 3-Tomizawa, 4-Simon, 5-Redding, 6-Cluzel, 7-De Angelis, 8-Talmacsi, 9-Corti, 10-Aegerter.


Mattia Pasini is down - disappointment for the Italian, his race over.


Elias leads by a third of a second from Simone Corsi, with Tomizawa down to third and Jules Cluzel in fourth.


Man down at turn one... it's Mike Di Meglio. He scuttles off as the marshals retrieve his bike.


Elias dives into the lead but runs wide and Tomizawa retakes top spot.


Another jump start, this time from Robertino Pietri.


Tomizawa leads the race from Elias, who sets a fastest lap of 1:39.854 - Cluzel third. Iannone is back out and on the warpath.


Toni Elias lies third, right on the back wheel of Tomizawa.


Cluzel overtakes Iannone and is making a bit of a break here.


Andrea Iannone has been given a penalty for a jump start - nightmare for the Italian. Iannone leads at present from Jules Cluzel.


GO!!!! Amazingly, all 39 riders get through the tight first couple of corners unscathed.


Kenny Noyes is starting the race from the pit lane, having qualified 35th.