When helmeted Moto3 riders come to blows

Last updated 13:50 14/07/2014

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Is this Daft Punk's Oasis moment? Mixed motorsport-martial arts? No, it's the extraordinary sight of Dutch motorcycling compatriots coming to blows on the track.

Moto3 riders Bryan Schouten and Scott Deroue had to be pulled apart by medical staff after they collided on German Grand Prix at the Sachsenring circuit in the eastern German town of Hohenstein-Ernstthal at the weekend.

The pair fought after crashing out of the race, round nine of the 18-race season – which was won by Australian Jack Miller.

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