MotoGP » Moto2: Márquez, Redding share honours on final day


Reigning 125cc World Champion Marc Márquez and young British star Scott Redding depart Valencia with the psychological edge amongst the 2011 Moto2 pack, after leaving their pursuers trailing on the final day of testing in Spain

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Reese

February 13, 2011 8:21 AM

I hope Max Neukirschner can get it together and regain his form from a few years ago. What's up with Kallio? From 250's to GP to the back of Moto2? I know ya can't have everyone in the top 5, but here's hoping!!!

deano - Unregistered

February 13, 2011 9:22 AM

redding joint fastest with a spanish rider on a spanish track how good is that. scott is the reel deal he is going to be a big star and still so young.

nebar1

February 13, 2011 9:29 AM

So far MM seems to be the favourite over Scott, it is going to be interesting to see how they fare.
I favour Redding. He has worked on his fitness, he has a bike more suited to his size, and seems to have a mature approach to his racing. Redding for me, although, as a Pom, I suppose I would say that.
Marc is a huge talent though.

al t - Unregistered

February 13, 2011 9:42 AM

Fantastic to see Scott and Mark up there. Just look where ex motogp dud Kallio came compared to Scott. These two are real talents.

With regards to Bradley, he is going in the right direction taking chunks off his times, but with only the two riders it will surely be more difficult to develope, when a large percentage of the field are on a different frame. I still have a hubch that last year Bradley was getting slightly inferior equipment, so as to ensure a win for a spanish rider, in a spanish controlled championship. I'm not knocking them because if we want more British talent we need better sponsorship, from home. The talents there, the money ain't.

nebar1

February 13, 2011 10:44 AM

Soon to be starting the 3rd page and good comments coming from all. The haters are due, but they are consumed with trying to work out how to bring Rossi or Stoner into this thread.

Seriously, I see these guys as racings future, I also see at as a good feeder class for MotoGP.

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