2011 Misano 125cc FP2 Result: Terol's Reign Continues

Nico Terol continues to rule the 125cc class at Misano, the Bankia Aspar rider topping the second session of free practice after leading the first. Competition in the afternoon came from his teammate Hector Faubel, while Danny Kent of the Red Bull Ajo team ended with the 3rd fastest time, the young Briton making excellent progress since being given an Aprilia RSA. Johann Zarco ended as 4th fastest.


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2011 Misano 125cc FP1 Result: Terol Ahead Of Vazquez

Nico Terol has carried his momentum from Indianapolis into Misano, topping the first session of practice for the 125cc class. The Spaniard ended the session an eighth of a second ahead of Efren Vazquez, the Avant AirAsia Ajo rider also carrying his form over from last weekend. Maverick Viñales ended the session in 3rd, impressive for the Blusens rider's first visit to the Misano circuit, while Terol's title rival Johann Zarco ended the session in 4th.


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HRC History: Honda Explains The Photos On Display In The Paddock

As a journalist, one of the less glamorous parts of the weekend is spent waiting around to talk to riders. Less glamorous, maybe, but certainly not unpleasant: the time is usually spent standing around in the hospitality units of the teams or manufacturers, picking at snacks especially laid on for us and being served refreshments by the friendly and charming staff that crew the hospitality units.

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2011 Indianapolis Moto2 And 125cc Post-Race Press Release Round Up

Press releases from the Moto2 and 125cc teams after the race at Indianapolis:

Brad Binder makes excellent debut

16 year old Brad Binder has made a very promising start of his 125cc GP career. The young South African finished his first ever race in seventeenth position at the Indianapolis track.

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2011 Indianapolis MotoGP Post-Race Round Up: Of Championships, Champions, Asphalt And Rubber

Two-thirds of the way through the 2011 season and this is the point where decisive blows are struck in title fights. Indianapolis was no different: though the championships in all three classes are a long way from settled, the three leaders each have a race in hand after Indy. Nico Terol leads the 125cc championship by 26 points, Stefan Bradl has a lead of 28 points in Moto2, and Casey Stoner holds a comfortable 44-point advantage over Jorge Lorenzo in the MotoGP class.

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2011 Indianapolis Post-Race MotoGP, Moto2 And 125 Press Conference Transcripts

The ever-industrious Indianapolis Motor Speedway provided press releases containing transcripts of the press conferences after all three races held at IMS today. They follow below:


Sunday, Aug. 28, 2011

Casey Stoner, Dani Pedrosa, Ben Spies

MODERATOR: Here we go, ladies and gentlemen, in third place Ben Spies, of course, riding the Yamaha. (Applause)

In second place, Dani Pedrosa riding the Repsol Honda.

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