MotoGP » Moto2: Vinales takes control for maiden Moto2 win


Rookie Maverick Vinales powers to his first Moto2 Grand Prix victory at the Circuit of the Americas.

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mrfill

April 14, 2014 12:26 AM

That showed em.

But what has happened to Luis Salom? Last year I thought he was the best rider in moto3 and would be good in moto2 because of his race craft. But now he seems to be going the way of Cortese and Terol.

saner

April 14, 2014 12:51 AM

Maverick have the ability to become great rider,he won moto3 title by just winning three races as he consistent and was in podium in most of the races.So Maverick don't get baffled on pressure,he remans calm and consistent and does his best...Maverick may win the moto2 title this year if he remains consistent because tito rabat who is ahead of him is a good rider but cracks on pressure.So Maverick do your best in every race .

Joeski

April 14, 2014 10:51 PM

I like Maverick..and to have won already in Moto2 is better than MM accomplished... However, I do not see him as an all out dominant rider, just amazingly consistent but then again I do not believe he has had the same level of equipment support as MArquez did... so I am not sure if he comparison is even fair

Please do not get me wrong, I am a MM fan and supporter from his first Moto2 entry...(did not know him much in 125s because i did not follow 125s as closely just knew he was the champ). I believe MM has loads of talent and would win on anything but his dominance may have been aided by more/better technical and equipment support....BUT so has every top rider in the world and history of racing!! including my favorite Rossi!!

I think Maverick shows the same potential and would have dominated more on a Red Bull KTM last season as opposed to only 3 wins!

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