Do you feel that one rider or the other was 'at fault'?
Or was it more of a 'Oh well, that's racing' type of incident?
From what I saw, Hoppper went a bit wide on that turn, and I guess pushed Nicky out, and he had to 'correct' his line to keep from going off the track and ended up clipping Hoppers front end. Managing to stay on his own bike, it appeared as if little damage was done, Nicky did eventually go into the pits to have the bike looked at, but then eventually retired.
Is Hopper to blame for getting into the corner too hot?
Or was it more of a 50/50 split?
On a side note -
I think Miguel must've been shaken up from the WUP crash earlier, probably shook his confidence a bit (very poor showing for such an experienced rider in my opinion) and didja check out Roger Lee Hayden!? Did a pretty good job for a wildcard entry!