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Moto2 Misano: Swiss double victory at crashfestival

Sunday, September 10th, 2017 | Sports

10. September 2017 – 13:40

Dominique Aegerter is proud to be in Misano for his second Moto2 success

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(cafetheology.org) – After a crash in Moto3 crashes should also decide the Moto2 race in Misano. In rainy conditions, the Swiss double pack Dominique Aegerter and Tom Lüthi can beat. They succeeded in the first Swiss double victory in the Moto2. Aegerter can look forward to his overall second Moto2 triumph, it is the first Suter victory since Valencia 2014. Third will be surprising Hafizh Syahrin. World Cup leader Franco Morbidelli, as well as Pole Man Mattia Pasini, will be the victim of the difficult weather conditions in San Marino. (To the end!) "It was very difficult conditions, I had not expected to be so fast," Aegerter is surprised by his pace after the race. "I had a good grip in the wet, even if there was a lot of water on the track, but Tom was pushing behind me, but I did not want to fall to the top of the pitch, it's great to win here," he says "I'm incredibly happy." Stefan Kiefer is also very happy, as Stefan Kiefer says at Eurosport: "He did a great job, he was a great race and we are very proud to be able to do that so it's a world class. " "I've been thinking about whether I should try to attack or not, but he was on the brakes, so I could not get past it, and I just wanted to go home safely "Morbidelli throws Siegchance in turn 8 The World Cup leader Morbidelli won the start, the Italian showed an impressive pace in the opening rounds and seemed to dominate the race. He hanged pole set Mattia Pasini and the other pursuers by more than two seconds. But already in the initial phase, both Pasini and Lorenzo Baldassarri and Luca Marini fell to the ground. Shortly afterwards, a small preliminary decision was made in the 26-lap race: Franco Morbidelli made a small mistake in turn 8, slipped into the gravel floor and buried his victory. Dominique Aegerter, who started from race 3, took the lead from Marc VDS pilots. But only a few tenths of a second behind him was his countryman Tom Lüthi. The Swiss smelled his victory, and he also had the unique opportunity to make the most of the World Cup points by defeating Morbidelli. Behind the Swiss double pack at the top KTM pilot Miguel Oliveira did not try to lose the connection, but the Spaniard also fell victim to the difficult conditions. At the center of the race, he crashed into turn 15. Amazingly, Hafizh Syahrin, who was in a solid third place due to the many failures, was very impressive. He fought for his first podium in Moto2 for five years. Silverstone winner Takaaki Nakagami was on the fourth position a few seconds behind the Malaysian. How difficult the conditions in San Marino on this Sunday for the Moto2 pilots designed, the crash statistics showed to half of the race: already in round 13 were 14 pilots from the race, only 17 pilots fought for points.Duell at the top to the race exciting At the top the Swiss dueled, in round 17 the World Championship second could take the lead, as Aegerter made a mistake in turn 8. The jaw-pilot took the lead again shortly afterwards, as Lüthi also went far, and drove the lead sovereignly to the finish. Syahrin saw the duel from a solid position about two seconds behind. "I do not know what to say," says Syahrin, delighted at his second Moto2 podium. "I thank my family, my team, my fans, I've been working hard for the last four years, the last year we've been close to the podium, now it 's finally come and I' m very happy "Nakagami was the first to take a third place with Francesco Bagnaia and Simone Corsi for fourth place. The Japanese sank his good top 5 position in the last round with a fall in turn 4. He fell back to eleventh place. The order of the Top 10: Bagnaia was fourth ahead of Brad Binder. Fabio Quartararo finished sixth, but got a 2.5 second penalty. Sandro Cortese therefore took sixth place. Even the German could hardly prevent a highsider. Simone Corsi was eighth before Khairul Idham Pawi and the third Swiss Jesko Raffin made the dream result perfect. Altogether 16 pilots made it to the finish line. Stefano Manzi, Joe Roberts, Andrea Locatelli, Iker Lecuona, Miguel Oliveira, Xavier Simeon, Augusto Fernandez, Isaac Vinales, Jorge Navarro, Edgar Pons, Franco Morbidelli, Mattia Pasini, Lorenzo Baldassarri, Tarran Mackenzie and Luca Marini. Axel Pons could not compete after a crash in the warm-up. In the Moto2 World Championship the duel for the lead by Morbidellis crash fell. He is only nine points ahead of Lüthi. The injured Alex Marquez, who could not take part in the race, already has 68 points back. Aegerter has catapulted himself to the eighth place with the 25 points, he is 135 points behind the world championship point. The next race will take place in Aragon in two weeks.

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