All the latest on the Jerez Moto3 and Moto2 races from me over at Paddock Chatter:
Jerez hosts the first MotoGP weekend in Europe and the classic track, one of the longest running circuits to grace the calendar, has a reputation for some exciting racing and final corner battles.
Neither Moto3 or Moto2 came down to turn thirteen for the winners but the races did not disappoint as among all the crashes Brad Binder sliced through the field to go from last to first for his debut world championship win, while Sam Lowes handed out a masterclass in destroying even the most determined of opposition.
Riders at battle: Morbidelli vs Baldassarri Photo:Estrella Galicia 0,0 Marc VDS
Before Moto3 had even turned a wheel in the race there was drama when it was announced that Red Bull KTM Ajo rider Brad Binder, the most consistent rider so far this season, would start from the back after a mapping infringement on his bike was discovered, causing the…
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