MotoGP » Aleix Espargaro steps down to Moto2 for 2011


Aleix Espargaro joins Pons Kalex for Moto2 in 2011.

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Dougie Howser MD - Unregistered

October 31, 2010 10:04 AM

Elias seems to be the winner here. De Puniet will get more money but will not be making the impression he did on the LCR. He will get the benefit of Rossi on the Ducati but it may take some time (a long time). Caparosi is more barnacle than human. You just cant get rid of him

daddy girl - Unregistered

October 31, 2010 10:13 AM

Well blow me down I didn't see take one coming not.

Also is it just me or is Alex Pons only gettting his ride for the 3rd year in a row coz of his dad and the sponership his dad is getting to help run the team. Its says on motogp.com A.P will be A.E his team mate in 2011.

He has done fcuk in any class he rode in and he keeps getting he ride i.e the same as Karl Abraham but the only thing he has ever done is crash get one lucky podium and go to motogp coz of his dad money which I find an ever more of a joke.

$ - Unregistered

October 31, 2010 10:17 AM

He stuffs his leathers full of money and it doesn't hurt when he falls of ... or when he doesn't do any good .. he's protected by an impenetrable wall of money.

kirk66

October 31, 2010 2:15 PM

Aleix askes for the "best guarantees". How's this. Ride or sit! You obviously have skill, buy. But stepping backwards and asking for guarantees is not what your new boss is going to want to hear. Too many young good riders to choose from to guarantees.

kirk66

October 31, 2010 2:19 PM

Sorry for syntax errors in my post. I was talking to my daughter and simply was typing words from our conversation onto the comments.
The boy doesn't need to ask for anything other than a seat. That's my point. Too many young guns have the chops to run for nearly free when you think about it.

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