2014 MotoGP Championship Standings After Round 3, Termas de Rio Hondo, Argentina

1 Marc MARQUEZ Honda 75  
2 Dani PEDROSA Honda 56 -19
3 Valentino ROSSI Yamaha 41 -34
4 Andrea DOVIZIOSO Ducati 34 -41
5 Andrea IANNONE Ducati 25 -50
6 Stefan BRADL Honda 24 -51
7 Jorge LORENZO Yamaha 22 -53
8 Aleix ESPARGARO Forward Yamaha 21 -54
9 Bradley SMITH Yamaha 20 -55
10 Pol ESPARGARO Yamaha 18 -57
11 Nicky HAYDEN Honda 18 -57
12 Hiroshi AOYAMA Honda 15 -60
13 Scott REDDING Honda 11 -64
14 Yonny HERNANDEZ Ducati 11 -64
15 Cal CRUTCHLOW Ducati 10 -65
16 Karel ABRAHAM Honda 8 -67
17 Colin EDWARDS Forward Yamaha 7 -68
18 Danilo PETRUCCI ART 2 -73
19 Hector BARBERA Avintia 1 -74
20 Broc PARKES PBM 1 -74
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If there was ever a messed up race for VR46: This was it!!!And as much as I hate to say it as a German: That idiot Bradl was a major deciding factor.I´m just glad he didn´t push him out of the race at all...what an idiot.

Total votes: 47

Bradl may have pushed Rossi wide but Bradl didn't muff up Rossi's start or cause Rossi to fall back into Bradls clutches by messing up on braking the corner prior to that over take. Bradl's job is to see an opportunity and take it which he did.

If your argument is to stand than perhaps we should blame every rider that passed Dani and messed his pace since he clearly had the speed to challenge for the victory.

Total votes: 40

Someone on the board, I forget who, was defending Bautista tooth and nail! Still feel the same way?! Egads. Serious question, but Grisini was making noise about how his Rider needed to show something - can he switch horses mid stream or does a rider's contract prevent him from being canned mid season?

Total votes: 43

Take a look at the tape. Bautista got hosed by someone in a redish bike ahead of him that ran wide, and then sawed his front off getting back on line. While not faultless, I think Alvaro was mugged today.

Total votes: 45