MotoGP » PICS: Sam Lowes 0.4s from the top on Moto2 debut


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Matt2

November 15, 2013 6:23 AM

Not the biggest Lowes fan, but its great to see him do well. All the best luck for him, hopefully the bike is up to speed this season.

This just shows the gap between WSS and Moto2. If you want to be competitive in Moto2 you need to be as dominating in WSS than Lowes and Sofoglu has been this season...

tomcol

November 15, 2013 9:06 AM

Go Sam. I had no doubts that Lowes would be on the pace immediately and will not be surprised when he finishes top 3 end of the season. The .4 of a second reflects the bike hes on and Speed Up need to make that improvement for Sam to win the title.

JukkaX

November 15, 2013 9:41 AM

How a Moto2 bike, with some 20 horsepower less than in a WSS bike, can be faster? R they allowed to use so much more sophisticated and expensive suspension parts in Moto2 or what..? Can't be just frame related or can it? :-/

Nick23

November 15, 2013 10:00 AM

That photo looks a lot like Jamie Whitham Style.
Good solid start Sam, keep it up mate! Glad your in this class, can't wait for Silverstone, be great to have another home grown hero to cheer on in Moto2!

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