Join Date: Mar 2011
Location: Phuket, Thailand
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I was going to take the scoot exploring the coast of the next couple of provinces for a few days, but with a cyclone hanging around brining frequent storms for the last couple of days it hasn't been worth going..... so I caught all three races.
Yes, a good bit of a tussle going on at the front of Moto2, bit they didn't show a lot of the rest. The first Moto2 race I saw some time last year had action right through the field.
Moto3 was a good watch. It took a while for the front runners to break away, and quite a few could have been among them. There was a fair bit of action everywhere, and a few crashes, but nothing like last week. It was interesting to see riders taking a number of different lines through the corners. A great battle between the first two over the last few laps; they seemed to be playing games with each other at times. The 16 year old Italian (Ferenti, is it?) didn't get off to well, but after a bit looked like he might catch up. In the end he crashed out..... Hero to zero, but likely to be hero again before too long.
The MotoGP was a bit of procession by comparison, with Stacy Moaner winning and Lorenzo second. Good to see Rossi seeming to have found a little of his old fire, finishing 7th.
there are old motorcyclists and bold motorcyclists,
but you seldom meet an old bold motorcyclist
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