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Moto3: Salom snatches late win in Qatar

Danny Webb finished 11th for Ambrogio Racing who are the only team running a Suter Honda, narrowly beating his team-mate Brad Binder who was next to cross the line.

The remaining points went to Jasper Iwema in 13th for RW Racing GP, Alexis Masbou in 14th on his return from injury for the Ongetta-Rivacold squad.

Romano Fenati's hopes of a repeat of his stellar start to last season faded as he crossed the line in 15th for San Carlo Team Italia for the final point.

Team Calvo's female rider Ana Carrasco finished her first Qatar race in 20th from a 23rd place start, the best qualification by a female rider since Tomoko Igata's 22nd place in the Argentinian 125cc race of 1995.

Brit John McPhee was placed in 29th on the timesheets but two laps down for Caretta Technology - RTG





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samas

April 08, 2013 7:01 AM

Just watched the moto 3 or the 250 as it used to be known Well I must be getting very old for the sound made me think I was back in the 50s. When I saw the speed (232.5) down the straight a top 250 speed I seen what I've always believed the 250 race is going backwards. Give the Honda 6 and Yamaha v4 a set of today's tyres and brakes and they would eat today's 250s alive. Glad I lived in the golden years.



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