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Liam Marsden  says:

Assen MotoGP: Espargaro battles with Redding to take win

Spaniard Pol Espargaro battled hard to take victory in the Moto2 race at Assen today ahead of championship leader Scott Redding. With five laps remaining Redding took to the lead and looked strong enough to keep Espargaro at bay, but Espargaro overtook the Marc VDS rider on at the first corner on the final lap. Espargaro rode a stunning final lap to...

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DoubtingThomas

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Brits what the fuck do they know.

More than you'll ever know princess.

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carloslavado

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carloslavado says:

Pol is back in business. But seeing both Pol and Scott are both far better than the rest of the Moto2 field? Scott is verry much in control of this championship. Terol and Cortese are dissapointing as ex World champs in 125/Moto3. The generation with Maverick, Salom,Rins and Alex Marquez looks verry prommising though.

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RevNutz

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RevNutz says:

Come on Scott

What he needs to do is ruffle Espargaro's feathers. Pol can't stand people passing him.

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hello4646

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hello4646 says:

There

You go again benny. Such a twat. Did you not listen the Scott after the race. He said he was pleased with the result because he battled right to the end. Have you arranged that race yet with the brick layer!!!! Good result for Scott and still leading the championship by 30 points. Nice one!

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hello4646

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hello4646 says:

No

Problem benny. But Scott's doing a great job and all you seem to do is say negative things about most riders. Now get in your rover and go see nostro and you can talk shit all night

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Richard1967

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Richard1967 says:

Pol

Lessons for Scott  in that race less leaning more twisting  , brilliant Moto2 race again , Pol looked like he  was either getting on the gas earlier or he had a little bit of an advantage power wise , not to take anything away from him , great rides from both and the riders behind were having a party as well , great days racing , as per for Assen

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jonnyrocket

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jonnyrocket says:

ditto...rev

so let's hear your comments on non english riders who should be doing better on the machinery they're given??????  ummmmmmmmmm seems to have gone real quiet........................no I don't hear anything..........no definately not...........no nothing yet.............maybe in the future...............or is it just an anti english thing...............how about Dovi's dismal performance...........err no............still nothing heard ummmmmmmm I wonder if you're the only ass that brings racism to this website.....retard.....

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CHRainmaker

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CHRainmaker says:

Why not give us an honest appraisal of Dovi then Ben..

..beaten by 2 rookies, one on a satellite bike, a rider with a broken collarbone and most shameful of all a CRT rider. Pretty poor show whatever way you want to dress it up..

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gixanator

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gixanator says:

in MotoGP you can't take 5 rounds off for "personal reasons", he will get roasted by the opposition and probably sacked by his team and rightly so.

if Yam want an Espargaro why not sign the one without that fragility in his make up?

Pol is benefitting from the Marquez effect, he was lucky enough to finish second to him so that must make him the second best rider in the making.

of course that was before his very public self destruction coming off a strong opening round.

2 out of 2? sorry but i swear i saw Pol on the grid on the long lens shots in the other 5 rounds so it's actually 2 each from 7 isn't it or do some people empathise with his mental ffragility and ignore his obvious failings?

i expect Pol to win the WC but i don't think he'll show in MotoGP and unlike some i'll be prepared to give him a couple of years to find his feet because he is not the next Marquez, he doesn't have the mental strength to be so.

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CHRainmaker

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CHRainmaker says:

All I'm after is a little clarity..

..not the smokescreen you're good at Ben!..


C'mon petal, be brave and tell us what you really think of Dovi's insipid performance.

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