MotoGP » 125: Faubel awarded tie-break victory in Germany!


Hector Faubel and Johann Zarco inseparable at end of the German 125cc Grand Prix at Sachsenring.

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MM - Unregistered

July 17, 2011 11:07 AM

A fantastic race. Now that's what you call a close finish! Feel really sorry for Zarco but he's bound to get a win sooner or later. Terol finishing off the podium is good for the championship too. I missed the first laps thanks to the BBC's brilliant decision not only to show the tiny minority fringe sport of diving on Freeview, but also to put the online coverage on the Motorsport rather than the MotoGP page. They only changed it after I phoned up to complain about it, and while I was on the line for their poor coverage of Mugello and Assen etc.... They must be hoping that people will get sick of complaining and/or pay for a subscription to MotoGP.com or Eurosport, then they'll be able to cut back coverage even further with the excuse that nobody is watching.

Max - Unregistered

July 17, 2011 12:04 PM

Bad tactics by Mav. Tried to make a break for it. When he couldn't, if should've dropped back. Instead he lead for far too long and messed up when they hit the backmarkers. Anyway congrats to Faubel, considering his bad luck the last few years. Good on him. Not good for Nico but good for us. Very good race. Also nice to see clean racing by Zarco. His future looks better.

Skidmarks

July 17, 2011 12:13 PM

Due to the unique way the bbc is funded. You will show any old sh1te but what people want. Next race when there's nothing else to show against it they'll be after our viewing figures then. Cheers bb bloody c.

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