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Moto2 Mugello - Race Results

Race results from the Italian Moto2 Grand Prix at Mugello, round 6 of 18.
Race stopped and eventually restarted over 10 laps (grid positions as of end of lap 3) due to an air fence damage after an accident for Xavi Vierge.

However some riders, including title leader Alex Rins, were sent to the back of the grid for delaying the aborted first restart...

1. Johann Zarco FRA Ajo Motorsport (Kalex) 18m 59.391s
2. Lorenzo Baldassarri ITA Forward Team (Kalex) 18m 59.421s
3. Sam Lowes GBR Federal Oil Gresini Moto2 (Kalex) 19m 0.487s
4. Thomas Luthi SWI Garage Plus Interwetten (Kalex) 19m 0.606s
5. Hafizh Syahrin MAL Petronas Raceline Malaysia (Kalex) 19m 1.044s
6. Axel Pons SPA AGR Team (Kalex) 19m 1.501s
7. Alex Rins SPA Paginas Amarillas HP 40 (Kalex) 19m 5.040s
8. Franco Morbidelli ITA Estrella Galicia 0,0 Marc VDS (Kalex) 19m 5.640s
9. Takaaki Nakagami JPN IDEMITSU Honda Team Asia (Kalex) 19m 5.671s
10. Dominique Aegerter SWI CarXpert Interwetten (Kalex) 19m 5.713s
11. Sandro Cortese GER Dynavolt Intact GP (Kalex) 19m 6.111s
12. Simone Corsi ITA Speed Up Racing (Speed Up) 19m 7.050s
13. Miguel Oliveira POR Leopard Racing (Kalex) 19m 7.109s
14. Danny Kent GBR Leopard Racing (Kalex) 19m 7.136s
15. Jonas Folger GER Dynavolt Intact GP (Kalex) 19m 7.437s
16. Alex Marquez SPA Estrella Galicia 0,0 Marc VDS (Kalex) 19m 8.691s
17. Julian Simon SPA QMMF Racing Team (Speed Up) 19m 9.801s
18. Marcel Schrotter GER AGR Team (Kalex) 19m 10.976s
19. Ricard Cardus SPA JPMoto Malaysia (Suter) 19m 11.045s
20. Federico Fuligni ITA Team Ciatti (Kalex) 19m 14.130s
21. Robin Mulhauser SWI CarXpert Interwetten (Kalex) 19m 14.480s
22. Ratthapark Wilairot THA IDEMITSU Honda Team Asia (Kalex) 19m 14.489s
23. Edgar Pons SPA Paginas Amarillas HP 40 (Kalex) 19m 20.403s
24. Isaac ViƱales SPA Tech 3 Racing (Tech 3) 19m 21.125s
25. Alessandro Tonucci ITA Tasca Racing Scuderia Moto2 (Kalex) 19m 29.396s
26. Jesko Raffin SWI Sports-Millions-EMWE-SAG (Kalex) 19m 49.814s
Luis Salom SPA SAG Team (Kalex) DNF

By Peter McLaren


Tagged as: moto2 , Zarco

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mrfill

May 22, 2016 5:16 PM

madh4tt3r: 2nd mess in Moto2 this season... Dorna needs to sort their stuff out. It was exciting but not really fair to some riders. Rins did fantastic, Zarco rode impeccable, the reason he is a champ!
Yes, that's right, blame Dorna just because the Pons and Idemitsu teams failed to get their riders out in time leading to them crossing a *red light* at the end of the pit lane. The rules were clear enough and when it says the pit lane will be open for 60 seconds, it doesn't mean big teams can go after 61 seconds. The penalties were quite reasonable. Crossing red lights is not on. Was a good race though :)



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