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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Don-R

November 07, 2010 12:26 PM

Fantastic championship for Marquez - very well deserved and a terrific achievement for such a young rider.

Good to finally see a win for Smith on a track that doesn't penalize lack of top end too much.

The Morgue

November 07, 2010 12:28 PM

Clever and cool race by Marquez, such maturity in a 17 year old boy,
such talent also, pretty amazing. A worthy champion.
We're bound to see more from him in the future :)

What happened to Bradley Smith, did someone give him growth hormones?:p

Oli - Unregistered

November 07, 2010 1:13 PM

@ludo

"but this season of 125cc was just boring"

HOW? lol. It was a great season that went right to the wire.

If you think that was boring you have obviously never watched golf, cricket or an F1 race!

bri t

November 07, 2010 2:52 PM

Though I am world weary and cynical it was great to watch him jumping up and down in excitement with the number 3.

If this lad can take to the larger sized bikes he will be a multi time world champion.

Tell itlike it is - Unregistered

November 07, 2010 3:48 PM

Well done Bradders on the win, and well done Marquez on a well deserved championship.
Without getting too carried away I will reserve judgement on the phenomenon that is Marquez until I see him repeat his form in the bigger classes. Theres a lot of fast guys from 125/250 languishing in the bottom ranks of Moto 2 who you would have expected to be more in the title chase proving that the class is a bit more difficult to shine in than the 125's.
We shall see.

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