MotoGP » Moto3 Mugello: Fenati snatches victory in Italian thriller


Romano Fenati wins a ten-rider fight for Moto3 victory in the Italian Grand Prix at Mugello, with a photo finish needed for second.

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Garcia

June 01, 2014 9:29 PM
Last Edited 206 days ago

Ah l was rooting for Bastianini! Such a pity he went down.

It was a mad race with about ten riders in the front group and all the slipstream, everytime they got to the straight all the riders at the back would move to the front, haha, no one was able to get away, there was no way to know who would win. Good job by Fenati.

BrazilDUluwita

June 02, 2014 2:42 AM

When you look from the bird's eye view, what was Miller thinking and where he thought he was going to put his bike in the, inside line?????. It was never there for it.

And Miller is always angry at others at practice, race, wherever he is and always bad-mouthing and blaming others ( even today just after the crash in the gravel ). As always as he is perfect. Now he should have a look at this and change his attitude. He is not getting very popular if he carries out with this sort of attitude.

Great race by others and Fenati's slipstream move was just mindblowing. congratulations to Fenati and others while my heart feels for those who crashed because of Jack Millers arrogance.

Motojunky

June 02, 2014 5:40 AM

BrazilDUluwita: When you look from the bird's eye view, what was Miller thinking and where he thought he was going to put his bike in the, inside line?????. It was never there for it.

And Miller is always angry at others at practice, race, wherever he is and always bad-mouthing and blaming others ( even today just after the crash in the gravel ). As always as he is perfect. Now he should have a look at this and change his attitude. He is not getting very popular if he carries out with this sort of attitude.

Great race by others and Fenati's slipstream move was just mindblowing. congratulations to Fenati and others while my heart feels for those who crashed because of Jack Millers arrogance.



Have to agree 100% with you.
Hope he is a bit more understanding of racing incidents now.
And if he isn't and carries on with his attitude I'm afraid he will end up in $hitter$ ditch with no followers.

Garcia

June 02, 2014 10:30 AM
Last Edited 205 days ago

What are all these interviews l'm missing? I don't know what people are referring to, l don't see anything wrong with miller attitude, he was angry with fenati after that move in Argentina but that's normal cause he was angry he lost the race, but apart from that what has he said? he made a mistake in mugello, l'm sure he's not happy,he lost the points, but its moto3, it happens. He's only 19 , has a bit of a swagger, i think he's all right. Anyone saw him in that awful BT programme on Tuesday nights? I thought he was funny.


Anyway the championship is wide open now, if he wants to win it he'll need to work hard and keep his cool, no more impatient silly moves. I think its going to be between fenati, miller and Rins. May even be decided in last race like last year.

mrfill

June 05, 2014 2:13 AM

Whatever has happened to Danny Kent? Rapidly falling off the radar with dismal results, considering he has the same bike as Miller.

On BT Sport they talk about him now even less than they do about Mel Sykes.

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