Moto3, Dennis Foggia doesn’t take it lying down and goes on the attack
Third zero in the last four races
Bad luck does not want to abandon Dennis Foggia. After the two zeros at Mugello and Barcelona, the Roman rider was back on the podium at Sachsenring, but at Assen he fell again.
For Foggia, there is a reason he retired: “I was quiet, they pushed me out and gave me the long lap penalty,” he told Sky. “For the whole race Munoz was coming in with the wheel and with five laps to go he took me out. These young guys coming in don’t make you race.”
“They should take action. He attacked me from the very first laps, I was telling him to take it easy,” added Foggia on Munoz. “He took me down. Now I think race by race, anyway I was ready here too. I could have made podium, but it was bad.”