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Race results from the Indianapolis Moto2 Grand Prix, round 10 of 18.

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Yearby23

August 12, 2014 5:04 PM

Motogp.Freak: Vinalez's riding style should suit Yamaha or Suzuki but not Honda



Agreed, watching him since he joined 125's in 2011 he's always had a smooth and precise style very much like Lorenzo.
He's my tip for Yamaha's next new champion.

Yearby23

August 10, 2014 7:59 PM

Brilliant riding from Kallio, backing him for the title as Rabats had many years in the smaller categories and never really performed until last year.

Vinales again another superb strong performance in his rookie year.

Yearby23

August 11, 2014 9:39 AM

Vinales has never finished lower than 3rd in a championship since he debuted...and he's set to finish at least 3rd this year too.
The kids consistent and is always up at the sharp end.
Something tells me he deserves more than what Suzuki have to offer and they should dump Smith from Tech 3 and replace him with Vinales...

biaggi

August 11, 2014 7:40 AM

Raju
I think he if he would have stayed one more year in moto2 he wouldn't being able to find a ride in 2016 cuz all riders have signed 2 year deals.i am surprised with Lrc team that picked a looser like cal instead of vinales

Zambooni

August 10, 2014 6:43 PM

YEAH!! Suberb win from Kallio. I'm almost speachless about the talent and mental cababilities of this suberb top rider!

He was dominating the first start right from the start in a way that hasn't been seen in the series this year. Unfortunately the damn bumbercar talents including Pasini etc. Caused a red flag and made it a lot tougher for the flying Finn.

Excellent total result regarding the championships as Rabat couldn't utilize the restart gift that was handed to him today.

biaggi

August 11, 2014 7:36 AM

raju: Mika Kallio is geting into the kind of form he displayed in 125/250. Happy for him. Titto Rabat I guess pressure has started getting on to him. Maverick Vinaeles still need to stick one more year in moto-2 and get alteast a 5 wins next season (if possible win the championship) only then he should make a move to Motogp. Suzuki may not be the right team for him. Remember moto3 bluesens team, though he displayed his talent he got frustrated and I guess suzuki is going to be a level below Honda or Yamaha. I guess waiting one more season may land him a good ride either with repsol honda/Gresini/Yamaha(he is a better rider than pol esparagaro) no dubt about that.. My hunch feeling is someone advise him and will convince him to stick to moto -2 and given he is in a good team that is not a bad path at all when you consider long term. Please let me know your thoughts..

I agree with you but unfortunately he has signed the contract.Aki Ajo should have advised him

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