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GP Week : Issue 211
MOTOGP >>> nEWs CLICK HERE To learn more about AGT Lighting Solutions Which Garage Would You Want to Work In? AGT REA Racing uses only AGT Induction Lighting in their garage! Come visit us at any MotoGP race in the Moto2 garage area and see for yourself! www.agtus.org firstname.lastname@example.org “Working in the garage with American Green Technology’s induction lighting is like working in daylight!” MOtO2 – race yellOW is the neW blacK Maverick Viñales is proving that he has the talent to take the Moto2 fight to Tito Rabat – but time may be against him. The two were engaged in a big battle for the lead half-way through the race, but when Rabat, Marc VDS teammate Mika Kallio and Dominique Aegerter engaged in a two -lap overtaking free-for- all, Viñales sensed his chance, zoomed away and waited for the counter attack. Inevitably it came from Rabat, but by the end of the race Viñales was still 1.28s clear to take his second win of the season. While Rabat had to be content with second, Kallio dropped like a stone, back to seventh, giving Tito a 33-point gap heading to Japan. A fraught Qualifying session gave an insight into what was coming in the race. On one of the longer tracks on the calendar the top 21 men were split by a second, and track position was king. For a while it appeared that the two VDS bikes would be the class of the field until Vinales asserted his authority on the yellow HP-backed machine. Johann Zarco took third on his Air Asia Caterham bike, ahead of fellow Suter rider Tom Luthi. Franco Morbidelli was next ahead of a fading Aegerter, Kallio and Jordi Torres. 20 GPWEEK.com // 20 GPWEEK.com // PARTNERS: