On March 11, 2011, one of the worst catastrophes that human beings can imagine an earthquake and subsequent tsunami hit the coast of Japan. It was also "spiced up" by a nuclear accident that touched us very closely to directly affect the MotoGP World Championship event that had to be played in Japan. But a part that perhaps was forgotten because of the media "noise" were (and still are) the citizens who live in the affected area. Because Japan will be the first world, but regardless of the order of the world in which you live, people are and those are more important than anything else.
Last year I brought you a few videos of the event organized by the Vespa Club Miyagi in which his classic scooters travel 150 kilometers emulating in a tenth distance the legendary test of the thousand miles that was held in Italy. And look where these days I have come across the video of this year's event. And although the information is not much, we can see that these people, despite everything that happened, have moved on with their lives and their passions. I wish we could all count on a small part of the push that the Japanese people have to rebuild after any misfortune no matter how great it may be.
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