No matter what happened before the incident crashing in to cyclists was not a solution nor the right response for the same.
If encouraging clean and competitive cycling is the objective then
1) A proper enquiry to be initiated and proper punishments to be given to all repsonsible for the crashing incident as well as the events that led to the same.
2) Also the organizers, the teams etc to sit together and frame rules and ensure proper marshalling during the races ensure implementation. And from the posts I read BBCh seems to be moving in this direction.
Else we are just clearing the smoke and letting the fire burn underneath.
Also as a suggestion to all the "pro" teams should invest in a professional who can counsel the team members from time to time on the behavioural front . A no brainer - to excel in any sports you not only need physical performance but also a lot of mental maturity.
hey venky, thanks. believe it or not, after eating ppocorns at the other thread i was scratching my head wondering what the hell happened in bangalore race. nice comprehensive perspective. now i'll go back and read about your race