MotoGP » Moto2: Marquez snatches thrilling Qatar win

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(Part 1/3) I was left feeling cheated after the Moto2 race, having been really concerned for Marquez's health during the winter and at one point fearing that Sepang may end up claiming arguably the two brightest stars currently in MotoGP, in one foul swoop. His decision to pull a foul swoop of his own was both unnecessary and unsporting as he already gained the advantage and Luthi would have to yield anyway. Does a rider have to fall off before a punishment is handed out? I know it's motorcycle racing and not knitting, but that's the point - it's f**king dangerous and people die already, they don't need some loose cannon riding amongst them pulling that kind of stunt. Look who he chose, Tom Luthi, probably the cleanest rider in Moto2, and about the only one of that lead group not to have pulled a hard move on Marquez during the race.

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