MotoGP » Moto2: Marquez beats Luthi to the line in Brno


Marc Marquez took victory at Brno, narrowly beating Luthi over the line, Espargaro third despite a penalty during the race.

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passport - Unregistered

August 26, 2012 3:13 PM

Marquez is being flattered by the biggest budget in moto2 by far, they have hyped him up for the repsol ride, another dani paedo, Spanish MotoGP, they really should start a global series.sometime ......

cris - Unregistered

August 27, 2012 1:54 AM

@jack baeur,

I don't think Lutti is scared to pass Marquez at the last lap, it's just that he was not that close to make a pass. I know that it's been talked about before regarding to cheating and Marquez having the better engine than the rest, but I still wonder how the hell can he accelerate better than anybody specially up the hill, not top speed but downright torque.... weight? maybe, but Pol Espargaro is just the same built as Marquez, but still Marquez can accelerate better and a supposed to be single spec engine.. Lutti is understandable cause he is visibly big. So gotta wonder if somehow, his Honda Engine is better than the others, a man heading to a factory Honda.

Disgrace - Unregistered

August 27, 2012 10:03 AM

For those who doubt the possible engine advantage of a rider in Moto 2 then you really should read the rules for Moto 2.

If you think another team/rider has a better engine than you it's not even possible to protest it. All you can do is actually complain about your OWN engine and if it's found to be LOWER than a certain limit you'll have it replaced. Even then it's a very complicated and expensive procedure and will do nothing to address the issue of one or two particular individuals being shockingly quick.

In short the rules in this class are perfect for manipulation by the organisers and it's just another symptom of how GP racing has been perverted by the Dorna bandwagon.

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