Sepang, Malaysia

2010 Sepang MotoGP Race Result - Tight Three-Way Fight Settled In Final Laps

Results and summary of the MotoGP race at Sepang:

Valentino Rossi ended the longest winless streak of his career in the MotoGP race at Sepang, taking his 46th victory on a Yamaha, and his 79th in the premier class. Rossi also secured a secondary goal, taking away some of the attention from his Fiat Yamaha teammate Jorge Lorenzo, who also comfortably wrapped up the 2010 MotoGP championship.

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2010 Sepang Moto2 Race Result - Drama-Filled Race Throws Up Surprise Winner And Settles Championship

Results and summary of the Moto2 race at Sepang:

A drama-packed race in Malaysia saw Roby Rolfo take a surprise victory, but much of the glory on the day went to Toni Elias, who wrapped up the first ever Moto2 title, and extending Spain's championship joy at Sepang.

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2010 Sepang 125cc Race Result - Clear Winner Of War Of Attrition

Results and summary of the 125cc race at Sepang:

Marc Marquez has taken charge of the 125cc World Championship by winning the 125 race at Sepang by a comfortable margin. Marquez' victory and the fact that Bradley Smith could manage no better than 5th means that Spain secured the final spot in their clean sweep of all three classes. Who the 125cc champion will be is unknown, but what is certain is that they will be Spanish.

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MotoGP Grid Down To 15: Pramac To Run Just One Bike For 2011

The dwindling of the MotoGP grid has accelerated to a full-scale hemorrhage. Earlier in the week, it emerged that Hiroshi Aoyama's Interwetten Honda team is on the verge of pulling out for 2011, and yesterday, news leaked from Suzuki suggests that the factory Suzuki team will cut its involvement to just a single bike for next season. With two bikes gone from the already sparse MotoGP grid, only the addition of Karel Abraham and the Cardion AB team have saved MotoGP's modesty, bringing the probable line up for next year to 16.

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