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Matthew Birt  says:

Gino Rea reflects on missed podium chance

British rider Gino Rea saw a golden chance to claim his second Moto2 podium in the last three races slip away in a rain-hit Valencia race. Rea, who scored a sensational third in a storm-lashed Sepang race last month, was fourth and right behind Marc Marquez when he lost the front of his Suter machine at Turn 2 on lap 16. He...

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  • Posted 2 years ago (12 November 2012 09:20)

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Jul 10

Posts: 369

DoomedDog says:

The lad's

got skills no doubt about it and it was impressive how he held onto the bike - even trying to keep the motor running blipping the throttle while sliding along. Hope Gino gets to stay in Moto2 next year and on a bike that will allow him to show his talent in the dry.

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Aug 02

Posts: 719

grayzx7r says:

Overdid it Again

It was inevitable he would crash.It's time people including him, realised that he is one of those riders who only crashes when he attempts. To keep up with riders of greater ability. Give up now and get aday job like a postman

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Aug 02

Posts: 1749

cheekymonkey says:


Its not at all inevitable. He got a podium the other week didn`t he? 

The track was very tricky, a lot of good blokes went down, because they were going rather fast. Its called bike racing. :shock:

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May 12

Posts: 968

cornbowl says:


great showing, and a gritty racer, willing to push it to the max, he's got great potential, remember he went down, remounted and still finished well in front of old 'Sadley' Smith, so all in all a good performance.

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