The weather played a big part in the outcome of all the races in round two of the championship in Argentina.
Moto3 had the wettest of the conditions, with teenager Khairul Idham Pawi showing no fear to fly away for a history making first Grand Prix win by a Malaysian rider.
Moto2 was an intense affair in the lead group before Johann Zarco took advantage of a small error by Sam Lowes to give us another backflip worthy performance.
Zarco passes an unlucky Morbidelli on his way to victory (Photo EG 0,0 Marc VDS)
The tricky track conditions meant that today Moto3 wasn’t a last minute dash for the line, instead Honda Team Asia rider Khairul Idham Pawi lived up to expectations following his confident wet warm-up display and disappeared to win by a huge margin of over 26 seconds.
The rookie excelled from the start keeping ahead of…
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