MotoGP » 125: Smith wins Valencia, Marquez world champion


Bradley Smith wins the Valencia 125cc Grand Prix, Marc Marquez is world champion.

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Oli - Unregistered

November 07, 2010 11:01 AM

With 10 wins it would have been a travesty if it wasn't Marquez today. Fantastic rider, looking forward to watching him progress.

And well done Bradley, great win on the second fastest Aspar bike.

Oli

Billy Gruff - Unregistered

November 07, 2010 11:09 AM

Great win today by Bradley but the real story is Marquez. Fantastic WC this year, real star of the future who should be followed with real interest.
10 wins that's more than a supposedly dominant JLo and Marcs competition has been around all season!!

The Real Deal, congratulations again!!!

Darkwaknight

November 07, 2010 11:10 AM

Well done Bradley with an briiliant white wash of a ride, could have won the last 2 races this year but played the good teammate last week and this week was allowed to ride free!! Perfect end to a great 125 career good luck in Moto2 where I am sure a win will be early on.

Well done to marquez for winning such a great 125 season and being the class of the field, fully deserved and showed restraint today I thought he never had!! Hoo ya!!!

FooAtari .

November 07, 2010 11:20 AM

Decent win by Smith. Was a bit disapointed in his performance this year, BUT I think he has become to big for 125's which hampered his speed. Think he will do better in Moto 2. Also opens doors to MotoGP, World Supersports and Superbikes so I think it's a good class to be in.

BC - Unregistered

November 07, 2010 12:02 PM

Well done Bradders. Seems odd that this is the 1st time this season that his bike has the speed equal to the other front runners, where was it for the rest of the season?????

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