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May 18th, 2013
Takaaki Nakagami claimed the first pole position of his world championship career in Moto2 qualifying at a wet Le Mans. All the action was crammed into the opening few minutes, as the rain that had loomed all weekend finally arrived in earnest for the Moto2 session, which began slightly late due to the knock-on delays from the red flag in MotoGP’s pre-qualifying practice. An initial shower eased, suggesting there might be more dry time after all, but the clouds opened properly soon afterwards and the field headed to the pits to wait out the remaining half-hour.
April 21st, 2013
Nicolas Terol claimed a breakthrough Moto2 victory after dominating proceedings at Austin. Esteve Rabat and Mika Kallio prevailed in a three-way fight for the podium, with Dominique Aegerter losing out by fractions after last-lap contact with Kallio.
November 10th, 2012
Pol Espargaro captured his seventh pole of this year’s Moto2 campaign despite a violent late fall at Valencia.
October 20th, 2012
Pol Espargaro beat Scott Redding and champion-elect Marc Marquez to pole position in an unusually-paced Moto2 qualifying session at Sepang. Rising temperature and fading grip meant there was no late shoot-out, with the majority of the fastest times being set in the opening 20 minutes
September 29th, 2012
Simone Corsi scored his first Moto2 pole of the season with a last-gasp effort in qualifying at Aragon.
September 15th, 2012
Marc Marquez moved one step closer to the 2012 Moto2 title by claiming his seventh pole of the year at Misano. Title rival Pol Espargaro, on pole in the previous three consecutive races, was in contention but with five minutes to go dropped the front of his Pons Kalex at Turn 15.
August 19th, 2012
Marc Marquez reasserted his authority over the Moto2 field by cruising to his fifth victory of the year at Indianapolis. The championship leader hit the front by lap five of 26 and then calmly pulled away, his Monlau Suter crossing the line 5.9 seconds clear of title rival Pol Espargaro’s Pons Kalex to extend his cushion in the standings to 39 points
August 18th, 2012
Pol Espargaro beat Moto2 title rival Marc Marquez to pole position at Indianapolis. Unlike the preceding Moto3 and MotoGP session, Moto2 qualifying saw little incident and a relatively static lead order.
July 15th, 2012
Andrea Iannone mounted a late attack on Pol Espargaro to take a home Moto2 victory at Mugello. Championship leader Marc Marquez could only finish fifth after a late mistake, behind Thomas Luthi and Bradley Smith
July 14th, 2012
Pol Espargaro recovered from a dramatic practice incident to snatch Mugello Moto2 pole position ahead of title rival Marc Marquez. Pons rider Espargaro required medical clearance to participate in qualifying after being collected by Johann Zarco in a collision at the first corner in final practice. Although Espargaro showed no ill effects in qualifying, setting a rapid pace throughout, Marquez looked certain to start on pole for the seventh time in nine rounds.
July 7th, 2012
Marc Marquez sealed his sixth Moto2 pole position of the season with a last-gasp effort in mixed conditions at the Sachsenring. As had been the case in MotoGP qualifying, track conditions started out wet but improved as the session developed, with several riders improving as the chequered flag flew
June 30th, 2012
Marc Marquez pulled clear of his Moto2 title rivals by beating Andrea Iannone to Assen victory on a day when both Thomas Luthi and Pol Espargaro crashed out. The result marked Marquez’s first win since Estoril in early May, and was earned via a late charge to close down the big lead that Iannone had opened up mid-race.
June 17th, 2012
Pol Espargaro took an emphatic Moto2 win at Silverstone.
June 16th, 2012
Pol Espargaro took his first Moto2 pole position in qualifying for the British Grand Prix at Silverstone. The 21-year-old Spaniard knocked home hero Scott Redding off the top spot with eight minutes to go and then resisted a late charge by Andrea Iannone to hold on to pole. Behind the Pons Kalex rider, Iannone was 0.385 seconds slower on his Speed Master Speed Up, while Marc VDS Kalex man Redding – his last lap ruined when he came across a slowing Thomas Luthi at Chapel – fell to third by the end.
June 3rd, 2012
Andrea Iannone claimed his first Moto2 victory of the year with an excellent ride under heavy pressure at Catalunya, while Marc Marquez and erstwhile championship leader Pol Espargaro clashed in controversial manner three laps from the end. Marquez and Espargaro had been two of the primary reasons Iannone could not be assured of victory despite leading for the majority of the race. Along with Thomas Luthi, the lead quartet was rarely separated by more than six tenths of a second
May 20th, 2012
Thomas Luthi scored his first win of the 2012 Moto2 championship with a masterful ride in wet conditions at Le Mans, moving to within three points of the championship lead in the process. Erstwhile points leader Marc Marquez suffered his first retirement since Silverstone last year, crashing out while running fifth 10 laps into the race. A spate of late incidents allowed Pol Espargaro to finish sixth and move one point clear of Marquez
May 19th, 2012
Marc Marquez claimed his third consecutive Moto2 pole position despite falling as rain effectively brought qualifying at Le Mans to an early conclusion. The Spaniard, yet to start lower than second in 2012, rose to the top almost immediately after the session began, and soon dropped down to a 1m37.710s. Fifteen minutes into the session he lost the front at Turn 8, sliding into the gravel, but was able to rejoin with help from marshals and returned to the pits for repairs
May 6th, 2012
Marc Marquez denied Pol Espargaro victory as Moto2′s race at Estoril came down to a thrilling last-lap conclusion.
May 5th, 2012
Marc Marquez survived a late charge from Thomas Luthi to claim his second straight Moto2 pole position at Estoril.
April 28th, 2012
Qatar Moto2 race-winner Marc Marquez maintained his strong start to the season by securing pole position at Jerez. The Spaniard broke clear of a group of six riders, all of whom had been trading fastest times, with a 1m43.355s just under 20 minutes from the session’s end. It was always likely that would be bettered, and so it proved as Marquez twice went faster, shaving more than three tenths off his benchmark.