MotoGP » Moto2: Marquez snatches victory from Iannone


Marc Marquez wins the Dutch Moto2 race at Assen to extend his championship lead to 23 points, Andrea Iannone beaten into second, Scott Redding finishes third.

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kb - Unregistered

June 30, 2012 1:32 PM

with Marquez win, i'm sure here goes again ALL MARC MARQUEZ HATERS!!!quit it guys. he is just so talented. you keep on hatin on him because he is so good.well for marquez, that comes for being so good, because these haters are just jealous and just can't accept that you are a champion.

jebbsta - Unregistered

June 30, 2012 1:53 PM

MM needs to takes Stoners ride, and Rossi needs to take
Pedros ride, these are the 2 guys who know how to fight back once they get passed after leading,

not like Pedro, leads the races on so many occasions, gets passed and he never fights back, just dropps
off the pace as we saw again tonight.

VAN - Unregistered

June 30, 2012 3:08 PM

Next Suters were Aegerter and Elias. And Luthi had an awful weekend. Kalex seems to be a bit above. No wonder everybody wants one for 2013. The argument "MM has the best bike" starts to get useless.

The kid is magic, deal with it.

cml-vr46 - Unregistered

June 30, 2012 4:16 PM

Does no one realise the reason the other suters are **** is because MM is getting every point of attention from suter focused on him!! so yes the bike argument is valid! i rate AI29 much more especially now he has gained consistency!! #ForzaAndrea!!

jjthekid46 - Unregistered

June 30, 2012 4:52 PM

and ? any prove of the Suter concentrating only on Marquez and ignoring everyone else ???? no just more unsubstantiated Marquez bashing. Some of you don't seem to have eyes in ur heads. Look at the list of riders that are on the Suter. What? You seriously expect someone like Dominique Aergeter to ride on Marquez's level ? If you do, you obviously don't know much about Moto 2. Elias is past his best, we have known that for a while now, so no it's not a surprise is midfield amterial right now. As for Simon ? He wasn't exactly tearing up the tarmac when he switched to an FTR at the start of the season was he ? so don't blame Suter that he isn't up to much now......

jjthekid46 - Unregistered

June 30, 2012 5:02 PM

.....continued and notice the way that riders that switched from whatever chassis they were on last year to the Kalex this year are all of a sudden consistently upfront this year, while last year they were either terribly inconsistent or pure midfield runners ? hmmmmmm. The Kalex did the same to them what it did to Stefan Bradl, which is make them look like better riders. Bradl turned from being a one time race winner on the Suter in 2010(when there was NO Marquez in Moto2) to dominating the first half of the season getting several race wins and poles. So there is FAR MORE evidence that Kalex is the best, rather than Suter focusing only on Marquez. But i guess Aergeter must to getting preferential treatment from Suter compared to others, since he can beat the likes of Simon,and Elias all of the sudden rolleyes......

whateverman - Unregistered

July 01, 2012 3:05 PM

Yeh Suter do concentrate on MM, who can forget the cheating last year ?

Again we all had to witness MM having a huge power advantage and be expected not to notice. How sad it is for the other riders. Soon all 3 podium places in all 3 classes will be taken by Spanish riders. The cheating is so blatant this is the way it's heading.

Ian S - Unregistered

July 01, 2012 7:06 PM

Marquez is undoubtedly the cream of this year's crop of Moto2 riders. I think his aggression will not work so well in MotoGP, which is undoubtedly where he is headed. Great riding by Iannone, who can always be relied on for a great show. Most spectacular rider of the moment though is Redding. His elbows down, never give up, style of riding is a pure joy to watch.

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