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Race results from the Italian Moto2 Grand Prix at Mugello, round 5 of 17.

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fire - Unregistered

June 02, 2013 12:30 PM

I would venture Redding is actually at an advantage, since most of the other riders are still struggling with where to put those extra pieces of weight to make the minimum.

RonM - Unregistered

June 02, 2013 12:32 PM

Scott is an absolute revelation this year, so full of confidence it's real pleasure to witness the absolute brilliance he is displaying.Keep it up Scott and the spoils will be yours you deserve it.Looking forward to seeing you in MOTO GP next year.Absolutely Brilliant

prof-x - Unregistered

June 02, 2013 12:32 PM

best move of the day from Pol swinging it through the last turn, maybe Pons will consider giving Pol a chance and Geo can give Pol a refund.

Moto2 must be Dorna's excuse for Spanish domination in GP racing, yawn of a race. VDS have the tires to a T.

Anonymous - Unregistered

June 02, 2013 12:55 PM

Poor British people, a couple of wins and they dont see the world besides Scott. With so many tracks, so many programs, such huge tradition in motorcycling ( and in all the motorsport ) and yet still its a huge breakthrough just because someone wins two races back to should be dominating with the Spaniards with such huge resources !!!

Although I'm not a huge Espargaro fan I think he is definitely a more complete rider then anybody else in Moto2 ( that includes Redding ), your idol and his "manager" Bartholemy started the war of words before the start of this season, and I want to know why?

What did Espargaro do to anybody or said to anybody that they were so hostile towards him? Win on equal terms with Marc Marquez?

prof-x - Unregistered

June 02, 2013 2:23 PM

*swinging it in the first turn towards the end.

They hate Pol for the same reason they hated Stoner, its an idol worshipers problem. Pol just doesnt have the setup or the bike to get him through the pack like he did last year.

Instead a guy like Nakagami who has no idea how to win a race has one of the fastest bikes in a straight line, (Japanese interests?) and Redding (MotoGP is not about Spain) dominating the tire performance.

Good for Redding, hes worked hard, and I am glad it's paying out for him, but damn, Pol is getting the hammer on his team, I have to wonder if it has anything to do with Yamaha....


June 02, 2013 2:24 PM

@Anon, this is a thread about the Moto 2 result...would you prefer we discuss something other than the result and the person who won?

As for Bartholemy....he was responding to comments Pol had said in regards to Scott not being a proper threat for the it and you'll learn something.

Obviously your post is a bit of all the baiting you like....Scott's won the last two races, that's fact and yes, i am very happy about it as are a number of other people, not just Brit's either.

Go #45!! :)

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