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Race Results - Portuguese Moto2, Estoril

Race results from the Portuguese Moto2 Grand Prix at Estoril, round 3 of 17.
1. Marc Marquez SPA (Suter) 44m 4.086s
2. Pol Espargaro SPA (Kalex) 44m 6.073s
3. Thomas Luthi SWI (Suter) 44m 6.157s
4. Johann Zarco FRA (MotoBI) 44m 13.313s
5. Andrea Iannone ITA (Speed Up) 44m 14.567s
6. Alex De Angelis RSM (Suter) 44m 25.266s
7. Toni Elias SPA (Suter) 44m 25.480s
8. Julian Simon SPA (Suter) 44m 25.590s
9. Mika Kallio FIN (Kalex) 44m 25.667s
10. Bradley Smith GBR (Tech 3) 44m 28.186s
11. Scott Redding GBR (Kalex) 44m 31.334s
12. Dominique Aegerter SWI (Suter) 44m 34.173s
13. Xavier Simeon BEL (Tech 3) 44m 34.218s
14. Claudio Corti ITA (Kalex) 44m 34.343s
15. Ricard Cardus SPA (AJR) 44m 34.965s
16. Nicolas Terol SPA (Suter) 44m 35.183s
17. Anthony West AUS (Moriwaki) 44m 47.185s
18. Takaaki Nakagami JPN (Kalex) 44m 51.368s
19. Randy Krummenacher SWI (Kalex) 44m 51.485s
20. Max Neukirchner GER (Kalex) 44m 52.229s
21. Roberto Rolfo ITA (Suter) 44m 57.649s
22. Angel Rodriguez SPA (FTR) 44m 58.616s
23. Ratthapark Wilairot THA (Moriwaki) 44m 59.752s
24. Esteve Rabat SPA (Kalex) 45m 28.975s
25. Alexander Lundh SWE (MZ-RE Honda)
45m 36.553s
26. Elena Rosell SPA (Moriwaki) 45m 44.834s
27. Marco Colandrea SWI (FTR) 1 lap
28. Gino Rea GBR (Moriwaki) 1 lap

DNF
Mike Di Meglio FRA (Speed Up)
Simone Corsi ITA (FTR)
Axel Pons SPA (Kalex)
Yuki Takahashi JPN (Suter)



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jjthekid46 - Unregistered

May 06, 2012 12:51 PM

@ Equal?????: The same amount as Thomas Luthi and Espagaro..... People seem to have very short memories, since last year in his first Moto 2 season, Smith trounced Redding with almost twice as many points. I was about to start giving Redding some praise this year, compared to last year when he seriously underperformed. Redding has started the year riding much better than last year, but he needs to learn how to go fast without arriving at every single corner completely sideways. Riding like that lap after lap, it's no surprise his tires are done half way through the race......



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