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GP Week : Issue 202
MOTOGP >>> news CLICK HERE....to learn more about American Green Technology (AGT) and their energy saving product line American Green Technology www.agtus.org email@example.com AGT Rea Racing use only AGT Induction to light their garage! • Mika Kallio has closed the Moto2 points lead to Tito Rabat to just seven points with a second win of the season at Le Mans. The Finn stalked For ward Racing’s Simone Corsi early in the race and once in front, pulled away to win by 1s. Rabat gave the Marc VDS team a double podium finish with third place. “I started well and immediately pushed to make a gap, if I could, but after a few laps I saw that it wasn’t possible,” s aid Kallio. “When Corsi overtook me I decided to cool down and think about the best way to finish the race. “I learned a few things following him, then he started to struggle a little, maybe with rear grip, so I said, okay, now is the time to attack. After I found somewhere to attack I rode the next few laps at the limit and when I saw I had a one -second gap, the last laps were easier, though of course, it’s never easy to win in Moto2.” Maverick Vinales continued his strong rookie season with fourth ahead of Pons teammate Luis Salom. Jonas Folger, who took pole position, had a low-key ride to sixth. It is being called the greatest race in the history of Moto3 racing with a final lap that was simply enthralling. Aussie Jack Miller knew that the Honda of Efren Vasquez was quicker in a straight line (as were all the Hondas), so when he lost the lead on the straight, he took it right back at the next corner. Vasquez leaned, Miller leaned harder and took the win. Alex Rins took second from first time podium finisher Isaac Vinales. A clearly unhappy Vasquez was sixth, and took a swing at the race winner on the slow- down lap. Miller shrugged it off and stopped to do ‘the worm’ in one of the track’s run- off areas. “Ididtohimwhathedidtome earlier in the race,” M iller said after the race. “It’s always great to win a battle. (I’m) really happy with the way the bike worked, can’t complain about anything really. “A beautiful race and an awesome finish.” Miller’s main rival in the Moto3 points table, Romano Fenati, retired from the race with electronics problems at mid-distance, meaning that the Australian takes a 30 -point lead to Italy this week. Jack wins thriller Tally-ho, it's Kallio 17 GPWEEK.com // 17 GPWEEK.com // PARTNERS: