Moto2 champion Toni Elias was able to claim one last pole position before the close of the 2010 Moto2 season tomorrow at Valencia. Elias beat out Stefan Bradl, Andrea Iannone, and Scott Redding to claim the final pole position of the season.
The free practice sessions of the final round of the 2010 Moto2 season are over, and Stefan Bradl has come out on top. Bradl was unbeatable today around the Valencia track, as he topped the time sheets at both the morning and afternoon free practice sessions today in Spain.
Englishman and Isle of Man TT fan favorite Guy Martin has moved on from Honda to Relentless by TAS Suzuki for the 2011 running of the historic road race. This is considered a rather huge move for Martin as he has been on one Honda or another for the past four seasons. As with every move he makes, this is a calculated move to a team with a top-notch program. It goes without saying that Martin is determined to stand on the top step at the TT, and he believes that this may be his opportunity.
Isle of Man TT
The final weekend of the 2010 Moto2 season at Valencia should be a thriller, as Julian Simon and Andrea Iannone battle for second place. Toni Elias has already captured the 2010 Moto2 title, but the second place spot is still up for grabs.
Simon has the advantage going into the weekend, leading Iannone by six points. But what Simon doesn't have, is a race win to his name this season. Simon has earned five second place finishes to earn the advantage heading into the final round, but Simon wants a win to finish off the season.
Stefan Bradl captured his first win of the 2010 Moto2 season today in Portugal, beating out Alex Baldolini and Alex de Angelis in a thrilling race.
Bradl's first victory was also his first podium, but it didn't come easy at the Estoril track. Bradl started from the third row of the grid, and had to fight his way through the pack to beat out Baldolini by .06 seconds. It is Bradl's first world championship win since 2008, when he won at Motegi in the 125cc class.
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