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Aug 25, 2013

FIM Moto2 World Championship Race Results From Brno

The Brno Circuit, in the Czech Republic.
FIM Moto2 World Championship
Brno, Czech Republic
August 25, 2013
Race Results (all using Honda engines and Dunlop tires):

1. Mika KALLIO, Finland (KALEX), 20 laps, 41:11.785
2. Takaaki NAKAGAMI, Japan (KALEX), -0.590 seconds
3. Thomas LUTHI, Switzerland (SUTER), -0.799
4. Pol ESPARGARO, Spain (KALEX), -0.965
5. Johann ZARCO, France (SUTER), -1.100 seconds
6. Nicolas TEROL, Spain (SUTER), -1.539
7. Esteve RABAT, Spain (KALEX), -2.496
8. Scott REDDING, UK (KALEX), -4.490
9. Simone CORSI, Italy (SPEED UP), -5.777
10. Jordi TORRES, Spain (SUTER), -5.796
11. Xavier SIMEON, Belgium (KALEX), -8.641
12. Danny KENT, UK (TECH 3), -12.425
13. Dominique AEGERTER, Switerland (SUTER), -12.490
14. Mattia PASINI, Italy (SPEED UP), -18.597
15. Toni ELIAS, Spain (KALEX), -24.427
16. Randy KRUMMENACHER, Switzerland (SUTER), -24.497
17. Anthony WEST, Australia (SPEED UP), -24.867
18. Yuki TAKAHASHI, Japan (MORIWAKI), -29.530
19. Ricard CARDUS, Spain (SPEED UP), -29.619
20. Louis ROSSI, France (TECH 3), -35.853
21. Axel PONS, Spain (KALEX), -39.607
22. Dani RIVAS, Spain (KALEX), -49.056
23. Lucas MAHIAS, France (TRANSFIORMERS), -52.616
24. Doni Tata PRADITA, Indonesia (SUTER), -59.011
25. Thitipong WAROKORN, Thailand (SUTER), -95.752
26. Rafid Topan SUCIPTO, Indonesia (SPEED UP), -96.434
27. Sandro CORTESE, Germany (KALEX), -2 laps, DNF, crash
28. Mike DI MEGLIO, France (MOTOBI), -5 laps, DNF, crash
29. Marcel SCHROTTER, Germany (KALEX), -5 laps, DNF, crash
30. Alberto MONCAYO, Spain (SPEED UP), -5 laps, DNF, crash
31. Alex DE ANGELIS, San Marino (SPEED UP), -6 laps, DNF, crash
32. Steven ODENDAAL, South Africa (SPEED UP), -8 laps, DNF, crash
33. Gino REA, UK (FTR), -14 laps, DNF, retired
34. Julian SIMON, Spain (KALEX), -16 laps, DNF, crash


World Championship Point Standings (after 10 of 17 races):

1. Redding, 167 points
2. Espargaro, 146
3. Rabat, 122
4. Kallio, 115
5. Aegerter, 97
6. Zarco, 86
7. Nakagami, 85
8. Terol, 72
9. Torres, 70
10. Corsi, 67