MotoGP » Moto2: Luthi takes first pole from Bradl, Marquez rides


Thomas Luthi takes pole position for the Malaysian Moto2 Grand Prix at Sepang.

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yzrm10 - Unregistered

October 22, 2011 5:44 PM

@japlance.........how about being the only recipient of the latest suter chassis that they wont allow anyone else have?how about the slap on the wrist for blatantly endangering other riders lives by racing on the slowing down lap and rear ending wilaroit?this should normally have merited at least a one race ban for utter disregard to other riders safety.

fastfisheye

October 22, 2011 5:49 PM

So getting the latest chassis from Suter is a reason to dislike the guy? Who should they give it to, the guy who is 3 seconds off the pace? This sport is all about combining the best technology with the best technique, its strange how many posters here are struggling to understand the concept.

danny1 - Unregistered

October 22, 2011 5:50 PM

its amazing what being from Spain and having Repsol cash will get you no penalties equipment only you can have i tell you its Pedrosa revisited he will flop

fastfisheye

October 22, 2011 6:00 PM

Danny1,
Marquez, Spain, privateer team, 1 incident, 1 minute penalty
Simoncelli, Italy, works Honda, numerous incidents, no penalty.

And maybe we can get back to the MM will be a flop part in a few years time.

danny1 - Unregistered

October 22, 2011 6:04 PM

privateer thats a laugh and yes Marco should have been hit with big penalties and yes ill be happy to talk in 5 years about the new super kid i remember doing this years ago with Pedro and looks like i was right on that one

Why all the hate? - Unregistered

October 22, 2011 6:27 PM

Some people it seems like to ignore a few missing details it seems to suit their own argument. Marquez is NOT the only Suter rider with a 2012 chassis. There are Luthi and a certain Mr Redding (remind me, when did he become Spanish? Oh wait...), which the pair received from Motegi. I believe Aspar also have a 2012 Suter chassis as well for Simon, but of course is out injuried.

So all this crap about Marc being the only one on a 2012 bike is simply ridicious. Quite frankly the guy's proved more than enough this season on a '11 or '12 bike, he's been fast everywhere. Does it simply not occur to people that he's just naturally quick? He doesn't need assistance from anybody.

Also, I'm sure many probably don't even recall his 125 KTM days on a bike that was clearly not the best but putting it into positions it really shouldn't have been.

We as fans should be grateful to be witnissing the rise of an unbelieveable young talent and not letting ridicious statements from others dampen what a

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