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GP Week : Issue 203
MOTOGP >>> nEWs With a world-class development-stage asset, WTR are on the path to become a major mineral sands producer in Madagascar. CLICK HERE for more information on this ASX-listed company This issue of GPWEEK comes to you with the support of MOTO3 JACK STACKS: FENATI PARTIES still only two riders have won Moto3 races in 2014 – but the racing in the smallest category could hardly be less predictable. Romano Fenati won on home soil to take his third race of the season, in a race in which the top three were covered by 0.1s at the flag. The Sky Racing Team VR46 was in a race-long scrap involving as many as 13 riders, and won from Isaac Vinales and Alex Rins. It was looking like Jack Miller was going to take a podium position, but the Australian hit the deck after clipping the rear wheel of Miguel Oliviera on the final lap. Alex Marquez and Enea Bastianini were also involved in the melee, and while no one was hurt, Miller was hit with a two -point penalty after meeting with race stewards. Miller and Fenati have now won three races each, and Miller leads the Italian in the points, 104 to 99, with Rins third on 87. 19 GPWEEK.com // 19 GPWEEK.com // PARTNERS: