MotoGP » Moto2: Simon sets up victory challenge with Sepang pole


Julian Simon takes pole position for the Malaysian Moto2 Grand Prix at Sepang.

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UPS - Unregistered

October 09, 2010 1:30 PM

Really looking forward to what should be another cracking Moto2 race. I'd like to see Elias claim the championship tomorrow and Honda reward him with a ride on Pedrosa's bike at Phillip Island if Dani's still unfit. I hope Redding has the race set up to mix it with the front runners again too.

Wolfman

October 09, 2010 1:42 PM

I was a bit skeptical about Moto2 at first but it seems to be a winner. The racing has been awesome. Toni should wrap up the title this race or next but I don't think this will effect the racing. Lots of young blokes trying to prove themselves. Simon is getting quicker and quicker plus he is great to watch, backing it into corners everywhere!!!

Kevin G - Unregistered

October 09, 2010 9:26 PM

I'm actually a bit disappointed Scott is back down in 8th, but that goes to show how impressive he has been of late. Hopefully he can get a good race setup, continue chasing podiums until the season is out, and then we British motor fans can dream of having a world champion next year!

ZeR0 Kun

October 10, 2010 1:35 AM

without any doubt, scott is a very fast rider - just look at his qualifying position of late. but his consistency and pace on race trim has been questionable at best. with respect to his ability (and avid fans), he needs to overcome this before he can challenge for the title next year.

able to ride fast and win is one thing, but to do it consistently is another matter. just ask andrea iannone.

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