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

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June 02, 2013 3:26 PM

that's recent not pre-season, Bartholemy responded to that here

never saw anything said pre-season...feel free to show me those comments given i've done likewise.

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June 02, 2013 8:08 PM /interview /2013/03/08/ marc-vds-boss-michael-barthol-my-intervi. html

Here you go dear Sir, this is for all those Redding lovers out there ( look at the date ).

I'll soon post the second one with Scott.

Anonymous - Unregistered

June 03, 2013 9:52 AM

Espargaro said he was in favour of a more level playing field and he supported the introduction of a minimum weight limit.

The Spaniard, who dominated last weekend's Phillip Island race, told MCN: “I think it is a good idea. I am not a heavy rider in that aspect and it will not change anything but maybe it will help a little bit the riders that are heavy and make it better for them to make it more equal. Marc has had a good advantage and that is clear. Maybe not in top speed but certainly in acceleration and it is not a big difference for me. Sure with Scott the difference is so big and for me the disadvantage he has is a little bit too much, so for him it will be a great rule.”

What treatment did he get from saint Redding?

Please look at the date one more time ( who started all this gibberish ).

Now you can "thumb me down" impartial people of UK. Cheers :D

ay just that - Unregistered

June 03, 2013 12:02 PM

amazed ! the guy is on a roll , bags of talent & character shame so many people are so eager to turn things into petty squabbles over whatever . the fact is he's just won 2 races on the bounce , and looks comfortable with it , sure other riders will get there form back , but he obviously has his right now


June 03, 2013 2:12 PM

Ok so read the links (first two) you posted up.
Not sure what your issue is with Redding based on the first interview.....he stated that Pol was just going after fast laps in testing and didn't need to do anything to his bike in order to get those fast laps...Bartholemy stated something similar and also stated that they kept sending Scott out to try this and that in order to get the bike sorted for race distance. NO slagging off of Pol at all. Then you have the Bartholemy stating at the end of his interview that he didn't give a **** about Espagaro as Scott is his rider and that is who he is focussed on, again no issue with that as he doesn't care about Pol, only cares about Scott, as he should be doing.
Now either you are reading it wrong and taking another meaning from it or you want to stir trouble...either way you are mistaken.
There are no nails, no coffins.....and i have now read the MCN linked story. Scott stated that he was at a disadvantage in comparison to Marc and Pol, more


June 03, 2013 2:15 PM

There are no nails, no coffins.....and i have now read the MCN linked story. Scott stated that he was at a disadvantage in comparison to Marc and Pol, more specifically Marc.....17kg is a huge weight difference.
Anyhow, whatever you've tried to prove about Scott in the negative've failed.
This is a British website, we are discussing a British've tried your little trolling exercise and failed...if you don't like what is written you have the option of not visiting the site....maybe visit a website more in keeping with your biases lol.

Go #45!!!

Anonymous - Unregistered

June 03, 2013 6:25 PM

Of course, of course, why do I even bother... You British are always 100% right, saint people I tell you.

All those folks who wrote comments below the article are wrong? Of course they are, why do I even ask.

He was disrespectful of Pol ( less) and Stefan Bradl(more) . Yes I know, he didnt say anything dont bother replying, my bad .

If there isnt anything wrong with what Redding said why do you accuse Pol so much? So if I understand right Scott doesnt have any weaknesses ( the one's that Espargaro mentioned )?

Let the people decide what is biased and what isnt, I know I wouldnt criticise a rider who's record is better then your idol ( 125cc 5 wins, 16 podiums, Moto2 5 wins, 10 podiums against 125cc 1 win, Moto2 8 podiums, 2 wins, mail that to your buddy Cal Crutchlow also cause he has a short memory ).

To be perfectly clear I am not some Pol Espargaro lover, infact im worried about the growing number of Spanish riders ( even if fair achieved ), but don't lay all the blame on one


June 04, 2013 11:56 AM

No but you are have made a sweeping generalisation against the whole population.....what you've said is actually quite racist.....i don't know where you are've yet to highlight that but if i said "all x are such and such" you'd probably be up in arms about it...for some reason though it seems it is ok for you to make that generalisation about us Brit's.
I have not attacked Pol in any way (did highlight Scott might be the better option for Yamaha...or heaven forbid, they keep Cal who is doing really well anyway, Pol was favourite this year for the title even in my eyes but he hasn't lived up to that and is well behind in the title race) however have come on here looking to start a problem where there is not one.
Go #45!!!! :)

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