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MOTO2 & MOTO3 Valencia GP round

MOTO2 & MOTO3 Valencia GP round


MOTO2 Malesian GP round

MOTO2 Malesian GP round - Sepang

"Game, set, match" in Sepang for Johann Zarco who not only won the GP round  but it finally gets the 2016 Moto2 title repeating what already won in 2015. The french ace of the Ajo Motorsport team put its second sign about a league that has always seen in the top positions and wins deservedly thanks to its six seasonal victory and several podiums. For the French champions now begins his adventure in MotoGP class who will see 'deployed next year on a Yamaha Tech 3 team.

MOTO2 & MOTO3 Aragon GP round

MOTO2 & MOTO3 Aragon GP round - Motor Land Aragon

And finally came the day of the title!! With still four races to go and thanks to second place at Aragon, Brad Binder officially sets his title of the new 2016 Moto3 World Championship. For the South African KTM rider is the perfect complement to a perfect season and largely dominated. And of course, in 2017 we will see Brad in moto2 class face his new adventures always KTM powered.

In the Moto2 class  back to victory for Sam Lowes and his Kalex while points leader Zarco, only eighth, keep the top although by only one point the head of the overall standings ahead of spanish Rins.

Next round of the World Championship on October 16th with the Japanese Grand Prix at Motegi.

MOTO2 & MOTO3 San Marino GP round

MOTO2 & MOTO3 San Marino GP round - Misano


Another victory under the chequered flag for Brad Binder in the San Marino GP thanks to his KTM weapon force gets the win on Basianini and definitely stretches in the standings now bringing his lead on the second to less than 106 points with a chance 'to win the title as early as next GP d 'Aragon in Spain came.

In Moto2 class  Johann Zarco with fourth place in the race keep on leading of the overall standings  although his gap is only 3 points out of Rins. Race to forget for Sam Lowes, who retired in the middle 'race.

MOTO3 UK GP round

MOTO3 UK GP round - Silverstone

Brad Binder back to win at Silverstone GP and it does really after a great running race always in chase group with other 8-10 riders constant overtaking each others  until the last corner. Binder really good pushing over Bagnaia, who had the lead in the last corner, and to recover the first position making the most of the power of his KTM engine. For the South African is the fourth win of the season and now firmly in the leading of the overall standings with 86 points over Navarro.

Next round of the Moto3 next weekend at Misano with the San Marino GP.