Saturday, 02 October 2010
The Championship leader was quickest in the final practice before qualifying for the Grand Prix of Japan, ahead of Julián Simón, Tom Lüthi and Andrea Iannone.Motegi 2010 - Moto2 - FP2 - Highlights Toni Elías' final lap of the Moto2 FP2 session at Motegi delivered the Spaniard top spot on the timesheet, as he set about preparing himself for a pole challenge later on Saturday on board his Moriwaki machine of the Gresini Racing team. The Championship leader's best time...Read Full Story
Wednesday, 13 October 2010
The Spaniard arrives at Phillip Island as the freshly-crowned intermediate category title holder, but there is still all to play for in the fight for second position in the 2010 standings. Toni Elías will enjoy his first race as Moto2 World Champion this weekend at the Iveco Australian Grand Prix, but whilst the Spaniard’s 2010 title is now firmly secured second position in the standings is still wide open.
Elías wrapped up the inaugural Moto2 title with fourth...Read Full Story
Thanks to a best time of 1:50.094 recorded during today’s Q2 session, Andrea Iannone will start tomorrow’s race at MotorLand Aragon from the 12th position on the grid.
Like most of the premier-class riders, Andrea had sat out much of FP3 due to the damp track surface, a result of the rain that had fallen during the night. He only headed out on track approximately 10 minutes from the endRead Full Story
At the end of a challenging qualifying day at the Brno circuit, site of the eleventh round of the MotoGP World Championship, the Energy T.I. Pramac Racing Team sat in eleventh place.
During the morning’s FP3 session, which serves as the last chance for riders to bypass Q1, Andrea Iannone was more determined than ever to further lower his best time from yesterday, but with about eightRead Full Story
The Energy T.I. Pramac Racing Team welcomes back Andrea Iannone aboard his Desmosedici GP13 “lab” bike. The Italian was forced to sit out at Laguna Seca as a result of the injury suffered during practice at the Sachsenring GP. The total rest he was able to have during the first two weeks of this break allowed Andrea to recover quite well, and the rider has recovered much of his arm strengthRead Full Story
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