MotoGP » Moto2: Marquez denies Bradl home pole


Marc Marquez takes pole position for the German Moto2 Grand Prix at Sachsenring.

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dave - Unregistered

July 16, 2011 4:24 PM

Meanwhile, the Spanish Bank that sponsors Marquez has just been named as one of those about to collapse...

If a few more of them go bust it will halve the 125 field.

Puresteel - Unregistered

July 16, 2011 9:31 PM

@shrieker
yep, didnt notice.
im glad simon is back. his qualifiying result is impressiv considering his suffered injury.
regarding kenan, i think he made the wrong decision staying at technomagcip. it seems he and his teamm8 have a tough time getting an optimal setup every race.

ZeR0 Kun

July 16, 2011 11:28 PM

@Puresteel
yes, kenan could be struggling to get the best set up currently. but one must remember that this is his first full season in GP racing and he is still learning the tracks and the bike. it is a totally different world to wss and technomag cip is a team with well-proven track record. so actually kenan has a solid base to start with.
when he performed like a seasoned GP racer in the last two races of the previous season, many go all ga-ga over him and put him as favourites this year. yet where do he stand now? as i told all of you before - don't get too excited in moto2. this race he might be cruising at the front, the next he might be struggling for points.

Bluey

July 17, 2011 7:17 AM

i think the reality is Marquez has deffo arrived in Moto2, and Bradl will need to keep his head down for the rest of the year.

On a side note, sachsenring is the closest thing Kenan has to a home race, haha!

-Bluey
(in Berlin)

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