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Top 10 Moto2 riders of 2010: Part 2.

Never outside the top ten for the first 15 rounds, the two non-scores that followed occurred when Elias could afford to throw caution to the wind because the title had been decided.

The next-best consecutive Moto2 points run was nine races in a row by Simone Corsi and Elias won the championship with a 70 point advantage - almost three races - over Julian Simon.

The next best Moriwaki rider, fourth in the championship Thomas Luthi, scored 115 points less than Elias, who will return to MotoGP in 2011.


Crash.net's top 10 Moto2 riders of 2010

1. Toni Elias
2. Andrea Iannone
3. Julian Simon
4. Alex de Angelis
5. Shoya Tomizawa
6. Thomas Luthi
7. Karel Abraham
8. Scott Redding
9. Simone Corsi
10. Gabor Talmacsi

What would your top 10 have been? Leave your list in the forum…



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Olek - Unregistered

December 09, 2010 5:48 PM

Toni was head and shoulders above the rest, after the first race, no matter what the situation was (as long as Toni was on the bike) you always knew by the end of the race he would win it, or at least podium. Should be a really interesting season next year with him gone. A real shame Tomizawa died, besides the obvious reasons, he really did seem to be the next great racer from Japan.



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