Moto 2

(Motorinformed.com) – Pedro Acosta won the world title straight away in his first Moto3 season. The Spaniard is the first rookie since Loris Capirossi in 1990 to have succeeded. However, Acosta missed out on becoming the youngest world champion of all time by one day. This record stayed with Capirossi. © Ajo Motorsport Pedro Acosta
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(Motorinformed.com) – In the Moto2 title fight, Raul Fernandez had to admit defeat to his Ajo team-mate Remy Gardner by four championship points. In retrospect, Fernandez says that he received too little support from the team and therefore lost. © Motorsport Images Vice world champion Raul Fernandez criticizes the successful Ajo team zoom “The problem
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(Motorinformed.com) – Marcel Schrötter was classified in tenth place at the Grand Prix of the Algarve in Portimao. Starting from 15th place on the grid, the German made up a few positions in the first laps and secured his tenth place in the overall standings with tenth place. © Motorsport Images Marcel Schrötter travels to
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(Motorinformed.com) – “It was a surprisingly difficult weekend for Marcel,” says IntactGP team boss Jürgen Lingg. “After celebrating such a great success here two years ago, we came here with high expectations.” © IntactGP Marcel Schrötter had to give up the Austin race with an electronics problem zoom In spring 2019, the German IntactGP team
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(Motorinformed.com) – In the Moto2 class, the Ajo duo still has the action on the Circuit of The Americas (USA) under control. Raul Fernandez secured the fastest time in the third free practice and kept his world championship competitor and team-mate Remy Gardner in check. Tom Lüthi and Marcel Schrötter did not qualify directly for
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(Motorinformed.com) – Marcel Schrötter got off to a good start in the Moto2 race in Misano. From starting position 13, the German finished the first lap in eighth place. But then the rest of the race turned out to be tough. Schrötter was involved in a few duels and finally crossed the finish line in
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(Motorinformed.com) – Marcel Schrötter experienced a turbulent Moto2 race in MotorLand Aragon (Spain), which ultimately ended in disappointment. The German crossed the finish line in tenth, but received a 3-second penalty for exceeding the track limits too often. So he was rated eleventh. © IntactGP Marcel Schrötter was upset after the Aragon race zoom A
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(Motorinformed.com) – Jorge Navarro gave Boscoscuro the fastest time in the first free practice of Moto2 in Aragon. The Spaniard ousted Sam Lowes (Kalex), who had led the session for a long time, from the top in the closing stages, and that clearly. With 1: 53,100 minutes, Navarro distanced the runner-up by 0.473 seconds. ©
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(Motorinformed.com) – Australian Remy Gardner took his fourth Moto2 victory of the 2021 season at the British Grand Prix. Gardner prevailed in a close duel against Marco Bezzecchi at Silverstone. Jorge Navarro was third on the podium. Tom Lüthi and Marcel Schrötter collected world championship points outside of the top 10 (on the result). ©
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(Motorinformed.com) – After a faultless race, Raul Fernandez celebrated his fourth win of the season at the Austrian Grand Prix. The Kalex driver prevailed against his brand and rookie colleague Ai Ogura, who was on the podium for the first time. Third was Augusto Fernandez, another Kalex rider. © Motorsport Images Raul Fernandez reported stronger
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(Motorinformed.com) – Marco Bezzecchi secured the fastest time in the first free Moto2 practice session at the Styrian Grand Prix. In the final phase, the Italian set up 1: 29.115 minutes in Spielberg. Bezzecchi, who could compete in MotoGP next year, was 0.080 seconds faster than Augusto Fernandez. © Motorsport Images Marco Bezzecchi drove the
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(Motorinformed.com) – Compensation after the failure at the Sachsenring: Raul Fernandez wins in Assen and celebrates the third victory of his Moto2 rookie season. After a difficult start phase, the Kalex driver clearly prevailed against Ajo team-mate Remy Gardner and Augusto Fernandez, who completed the podium. © Motorsport Images Raul Fernandez fought his way back
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