MotoGP » Moto2: Espargaro wins, Redding snatches second


Pol Espargaro wins the British Moto2 Grand Prix at Silverstone.

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Liam48

June 17, 2012 12:46 PM

Brilliant ride by Espargaro and Redding, take that Marquez you don't intimidate Redding that easily!

Also heard on BBC that Marquez has signed for Repsol Honda, I don't think he's ready for MotoGP ... yet!

People better start rating Pol Espargaro as high as Marc Marquez because he is doing as good (or better) than the highly talented Marquez. I do. Pol's bike doesn't seem better than Marquez, he had a DNF and wins races in dominant fashion. Fair championship candidate, in my book.

GO Scott - Unregistered

June 17, 2012 3:17 PM

What a great race by Redding, as the UK commentators correctly pointed out, in this class Marquez has a massive advantage on weight alone. His team and their testing budget also give him a massive advantage, yet Scott beat him.

Scott Redding is the man we want to see in MOTOGP, not more overfunded, overhyped, undertalented Spaniards.

Little Dani Pedrosa is the best example.... spoilt by having many times the budget of his rivals at every step, having a few extra horsepower with that year's top works bike, having a large weight advantage... useless waste of a works bike in motogp.

till263 - Unregistered

June 17, 2012 3:44 PM

marquez is not ready for moto gp.....he needs to stay in moto 2 until he learn's how to become aware of other rider's on the track..Manufacturer's need to show some responsability when it comes to choosing rider's going into the top class...marquez is not ready he is just a bad accident waiting to happen!

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