MotoGP » Moto2: Marquez breaks free for Indy victory

Marc Marquez wins the Indianapolis Moto2 Grand Prix.

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Westminister - Unregistered

August 28, 2011 7:57 PM

The re"Marc"able Marquez, may very well become a champion two consecutive years in a row across two separate classes in MotoGP...

I for one would love to see that happen...

Westminister - Unregistered

August 28, 2011 8:17 PM

Be honest, the Moto2 race was thrilling... Just to see by how much Marquez was going gain in the points on the red baron was nail biting... I have a little more respect for Bradl though, watching him carve his way up to sixth the way he did...

I had no idea he had that kind of ability in him...

It was a good race....

MM - Unregistered

August 28, 2011 8:28 PM

At least one of the championships is still wide open. It's no longer enough for Bradl to finish 2nd to Marquez and still win the title - he's going to have to start beating him at some point, (barring problems and/or DNFs for Marquez). Bradl must up his game but can't risk crashing so he'll be under a lot of pressure.
Another decent result for Smith despite being left behind on the straights, (either due to slow corner exit or lower top end or both, but then, unlike Rabat, he hasn't been gifted the Almeria circuit to test at). Good to see Redding finally back up close to where he ought to be too.

Benjy - Unregistered

August 28, 2011 10:37 PM

Looks very likely that stoner and marquez may end up as teammates in motogp on the repsol honda. that would be interesting.

Imagine a 2013 line up of Stoner marquez Rossi-wouldnt that be something special

Cio Koba - Unregistered

August 29, 2011 12:05 AM

Great race for spanish riders, its the first 1,2,3 for them in the intermidiate class, next will be motogp, wait and see..

btw the fact that rabat has the almeria track to test is not quite right, he doesnt test with his FTR there, he just has a modified CBR 600. Like the one Smith had when he practiced at Haslam Sr's school.

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