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German Moto2 - Race Results

Race results from the German Moto2 Grand Prix at Sachsenring, round 9 of 18.
Dominique Aegerter takes first win after final corner showdown with Mika Kallio...

1. Dominique Aegerter SWI Technomag carXpert (Suter) 41m 12.461s
2. Mika Kallio FIN Marc VDS Racing Team (Kalex) 41m 12.552s
3. Simone Corsi ITA NGM Forward Racing (Kalex) 41m 22.975s
4. Esteve Rabat SPA Marc VDS Racing Team (Kalex) 41m 23.127s
5. Maverick Viñales SPA Paginas Amarillas HP 40 (Kalex) 41m 23.879s
6. Franco Morbidelli ITA Italtrans Racing Team (Kalex) 41m 26.561s
7. Randy Krummenache SWI Octo IodaRacing Team (Suter) 41m 34.344s
8. Mattia Pasini ITA NGM Forward Racing (Kalex) 41m 34.437s
9. Thomas Luthi SWI Interwetten Paddock Moto2 (Suter) 41m 34.510s
10. Xavier Simeon BEL Federal Oil Gresini Moto2 (Suter) 41m 38.971s
11. Ricard Cardus SPA Tech 3 (Tech 3) 41m 39.127s
12. Marcel Schrotter GER Tech 3 (Tech 3) 41m 45.505s
13. Louis Rossi FRA SAG Team (Kalex) 41m 45.881s
14. Luis Salom SPA Paginas Amarillas HP 40 (Kalex) 41m 49.654s
15. Axel Pons SPA AGR Team (Kalex) 41m 50.288s
16. Julian Simon SPA Italtrans Racing Team (Kalex) 41m 50.572s
17. Anthony West AUS QMMF Racing Team (Speed Up) 41m 52.433s
18. Hafizh Syahrin MAL Petronas Raceline Malaysia (Kalex) 41m 55.065s
19. Nicolas Terol SPA Mapfre Aspar Team Moto2 (Suter) 41m 56.107s
20. Sam Lowes GBR Speed Up (Speed Up) 41m 58.493s
21. Takaaki Nakagami JPN IDEMITSU Honda Team Asia (Kalex) 42m 0.936s
22. Tetsuta Nagashima JPN Teluru Team JiR Webike (TSR) 42m 5.293s
23. Roman Ramos SPA QMMF Racing Team (Speed Up) 42m 15.738s
24. Robin Mulhauser SWI Technomag carXpert (Suter) 42m 15.895s
25. Gino Rea GBR AGT REA Racing (Suter) 42m 27.781s
26. Thitipong Warokorn THA APH PTT The Pizza SAG (Kalex) 1 lap
27. Nina Prinz GER QMMF Racing Team (Speed Up) 1 lap
28. Azlan Shah MAL IDEMITSU Honda Team Asia (Kalex) 2 laps

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July 14, 2014 12:30 PM

I'm very disappointed that Kallio didn't win yesterday but that's the case sometimes. I'm true fan of Kallio, especially due to his incredible race pace and consistency that he is able to carry out, when the bike has been setup properly. Eagerter was clearly on "win it or bin" attitude yesterday and the move and last 3 corners was incredible allthough it made me blow my nerves completely. :) all the credit though for eagerter allthought he wouldn't have pace to run the race all by himself with the same pace that Kallio towed him yesterday. What goes with the championship, I really look in forward with the second half of the season. Allthough marc, pol and scott have moved on from the series I think that the level this season is really high. The guys in the searies are riding quicker than ever in the series in many/most of the races (qp and total race times). I think the main reason behind it is the high competition and improved setups for few riders (eagerter, rabat and especially the

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