MotoGP » 125: Marquez bolts to Sepang victory, title lead


Marc Marquez wins the Malaysian 125cc Grand Prix at Sepang.

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UPS - Unregistered

October 10, 2010 10:39 AM

Hope Danny Webb is OK. Riding with a broken hand already I hope he hasn't fractured anything else. It looked nasty. Sad to see Danny Kent let down by the bike, yet again, but hopefully he's doing enough to get noticed as a prospect for a decent ride next year nevertheless. Can anyone stop Marquez winning the championship other than Marquez himself? It certainly helps when you're gaining a couple of tenths per lap on the straights but like Stoner in 2007, only a fool would doubt his ability and attribute his dominance simply to the bike. Be interesting to hear more detail in Bradley Smith's blog about the handling issues he reportedly had in the race.

chete44 - Unregistered

October 11, 2010 4:02 AM

I Cant believe hes scarcely leading by only 3pts after 10poles and 8 wins. Simon wrapped his 2009title with "only" 7wins!!. Too many DNF cant build a gap.
Terol, on the other hand, allways scores points.
This is the tightest season i can recall of.

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