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GP Week : Issue 200
MOTOGP >>> nEWs Maverick no Goose It took Maverick Vinales only two races to take out his first Moto2 race. The Spaniard worked his way for ward from sixth on the grid, and took the lead from Dominique Aegerter with six laps remaining in the race. He then sped away to win by nearly four seconds. Qatar winner Tito Rabat got through to second, leaving Aegerter to lead fellow Kalex riders Mika Kallio and Simone Corsi home. “For sure I dream that if we work we would be able to get this,” s aid Vinales. “I try to make old tyres work, make lots of laps, and we have incredible pace at the end. I need to thank the team, they did incredible work and I was really comfortable with the bike right until the end.” The start of the race, which was delayed by light rain, was marred by a bad incident started by local hero Josh Herrin in which Mattia Pasini, Sam Lowes, Luis Salom, Jordi Torres and Franco Morbidelli also hit the deck. A leader in energy efficient global lighting solutions is proud to support Gino Rea in the 2014 Moto2 Championship. CLICK HERE to learn more about American Green Technology (AGT) and their energy saving product line. The Jack Attack II Jack Miller made it two starts for two wins in Austin’s Moto3 race. The Australian qualified on pole for the first time and dominated the race, winning by 0.07s. “I felt strong on the brakes,” s aid the Queenslander. “T hat’s always been one of my strong points, maybe too strong as it can kill the exit speed. “But here it works really well. I ’m stoked to have won, I led every lap.” Romano Fenati made it a KTM 1-2 ahead of Honda riders Efren Vazquez and Alex Rons (both on Hondas). Danny Kent took his Husqvarna to eighth, while best of the Mahindra riders was Miguel Oliveira in 15th. 15 GPWEEK.com // 15 GPWEEK.com // PARTNERS: