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Japanese Moto2, Motegi - Race Results

Race results from the Japanese Moto2 Grand Prix at Motegi, round 16 of 17.
Pol Espargaro is the 2013 Moto2 world champion.

Title rival Scott Redding - returning from a broken forearm last weekend in Australia - was caught up in a nasty opening lap incident involving Esteve Rabat and Alex Marinelarena, which halted the original race.

The trio thus missed the restart, when Espargaro just needed to score nine points more than the absent Redding to wrap-up the title with one round to go - something the Spaniard more than achieved by claiming his sixth win of the season...

1. Pol Espargaro SPA Tuenti HP 40 (Kalex) 28m 15.162s
2. Mika Kallio FIN Marc VDS Racing Team (Kalex) 28m 16.506s
3. Thomas Luthi SWI Interwetten Paddock Moto2 (Suter) 28m 18.541s
4. Xavier Simeon BEL Maptaq SAG Zelos Team (Kalex) 28m 23.582s
5. Julian Simon SPA Italtrans Racing Team (Kalex) 28m 25.477s
6. Nicolas Terol SPA Aspar Team Moto2 (Suter) 28m 26.526s
7. Alex De Angelis RSM NGM Mobile Forward Racing (Speed Up) 28m 27.880s
8. Dominique Aegerter SWI Technomag carXpert (Suter) 28m 30.771s
9. Takaaki Nakagami JPN Italtrans Racing Team (Kalex) 28m 33.576s
10. Mattia Pasini ITA NGM Mobile Racing (Speed Up) 28m 35.841s
11. Anthony West AUS QMMF Racing Team (Speed Up) 28m 45.921s
12. Marcel Schrotter GER Maptaq SAG Zelos Team (Kalex) 28m 46.296s
13. Axel Pons SPA Tuenti HP 40 (Kalex) 28m 46.497s
14. Gino Rea GBR Argiñano & Gines Racing (Speed Up) 28m 46.667s
15. Sandro Cortese GER Dynavolt Intact GP (Kalex) 28m 46.963s
16. Kohta Nozane JPN Webike Team Norick NTS (TSR) 28m 57.002s
17. Ricard Cardus SPA NGM Mobile Forward Racing (Speed Up) 29m 1.354s
18. Franco Morbidelli ITA Federal Oil Gresini Moto2 (Suter) 29m 6.933s
19. Steven Odendaal RSA Argiñano & Gines Racing (Speed Up) 29m 9.595s
20. Tetsuta Nagashima JPN JiR Moto2 (MotoBI) 29m 10.300s
21. Decha Kraisart THA Singha Eneos Yamaha Tech3 (Tech 3) 29m 10.343s
22. Ezequiel Iturrioz ARG Blusens Avintia (Kalex) 29m 18.754s
23. Azlan Shah MAL IDEMITSU Honda Team Asia (Moriwaki) 29m 47.843s


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Makrus

October 28, 2013 2:24 AM

Oyg. Dorna want diversity ffs. Dorna have more to gain by having riders from a range of countries challenging for a championship than all Spanish. Think about it what does dorna want? Money wouldn't it benefit from having a range of riders from other countries doing well so world interest rises making more global money? Spain has great youth programs and have focused on that more than any other country, of course they have a wealth of talent to choose from.

pcxmac

October 30, 2013 8:16 AM
Last Edited 395 days ago

Maybe Dorna do not do a good enough job selling their product to foreign interests? The more homogenzied MotoGP becomes the less interesting it is to audiences abroad. The only thing positive for GP's stock ticker is all the interest and motivation to turn Marquez in to the next Rossi, unfortunately Marquez can fake a smile, but he won't ever ring quite like Rossi, people can see through fakes, no matter how many people troll websites to promote Marquez as some sort of demigod/hero for the less critically inclined folk needing a bit of hero worship. Now Pol and his brother, they are much closer to what Rossi is so far as charisma :) But they don't have big oil money behind them, so it will be interesting, anyone know where to pull ratings statistics for GP races?



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