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125: Smith leads Estoril grid

Bradley Smith given pole position for the Portuguese 125cc Grand Prix at Estoril after qualifying cancellation.
The cancellation of Saturday's qualifying sessions at Estoril means grid order will be decided by combined free practice times.

For the 125cc class this means Bradley Smith on pole ahead of fellow Briton Danny Webb, with Alberto Moncayo and title contender Nico Terol completing the front row.

Championship leader Marc Marquez, who starts the penultimate round with a 12-point lead over Terol and 17-point advantage over Pol Espargaro, will start eleventh with Espargaro in twelfth.


Grid order - Estoril:

1. Smith (Aprilia) 2m 0.148s
2. Webb (Aprilia) +2.498s
3. Moncayo (Aprilia) +2.877s
4. Terol (Aprilia) +3.675s
5. Cortese (Derbi) +3.809s
6. Schrotter (Honda) +3.986s
7. Koyama (Aprilia) +4.570s
8. Salom (Aprilia) +4.801s
9. Savadori (Aprilia) +4.834s
10. Kent (Lambretta) +4.950s


Tagged as: Bradley Smith , 125 , Danny Webb , Estoril

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rockingrodders - Unregistered

October 30, 2010 4:03 PM

@ shoei. Nothing Bradley can do about it. The Spanish team will find away of getting their Spanish rider in front of Bradley. His bike will be going backwards tomorrow if it was faster than Terol's today/yesterday you can be sure of that. He was screwed with that team the minute he signed on the dotted line.

rick65

October 31, 2010 1:04 AM

Isn't the real story about where the championship contenders are starting from. This could have a massive impact on determining who wins the title. Hope there is no early corner mayhem and no one is taken out, particularly Marquez or Espargaro



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