MotoGP » Moto2: Iannone on fire for home Mugello win

Andrea Iannone times his race to perfection to seal victory at home in Mugello, Pol Espargaro rides through the pain into second, Thomas Luthi in third.

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rob w - Unregistered

July 15, 2012 3:05 PM

I'd love to see Iannone follow repsol boy in to MotoGP

Good to see Tech 3 are starting to sort that bike out, once he has the wheels Bradders can silence the doubters

The problem is not 46 shaped, it is Spanish, they get the best bikes for their riders, hype them up, get rivals denied upgrade parts like Suter's swingarm that mysteriously could only be made for Marquez, like Smiths mysteriously underperforming engine, so we get a Spanish run series full of Spanish riders on the best kit.

Why not just make MOTOGP the Spanish MOTOGP Championship and let us have Bike Formula 1 with the best riders out there, not just from one country.

td - Unregistered

July 15, 2012 5:33 PM

The racing is so much more gentlemanly when Marquez isn't at the front. Overtaking is smoother and space isn't unnecessarily crowded after hard overtakes go awry. Although he's still undoubtedly a huge talent I just can't give him my support coquetry of his on track persona.

go bradders - Unregistered

July 15, 2012 5:54 PM

clear to see bradders has a slow bike today. kept getting passed down the streights but couldnt do it back .if he hadnt trashed the new aero pack in qp fall he would have been even stronger today. gr8 ride at last theyre getting the bike sorted and as we can see bradders has the abillity to be up front,stick him on a repsol suter and if it doesnt keep developing mysterious engine problems (ala 125 terol/smith aspar days)when he starts to beat his spanish team mate then wel really see why herve signed him 4 tec 3 next year..

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