Digital Edition Subscribers: Read Roadracing World Magazine Now >   |   Win Cool Prizes: Take Our Reader Survey >
Roadracing World.com - An Online Service of Roadracing World Magazine
SHARE:
Jul 14, 2013

FIM Moto2 World Championship Race Results From Sachsenring

FIM Moto2 World Championship: A map of the Sachsenring Circuit, as supplied by Yamaha Racing.
FIM Moto2 World Championship
Sachsenring, Germany
July 14, 2013
Race Results (all using Honda engines and Dunlop tires):

1. Jordi TORRES, Spain (SUTER), 29 laps, 41:19.636
2. Simone CORSI, Italy (SPEED UP), -2.164 seconds
3. Pol ESPARGARO, Spain (KALEX), -2.494
4. Julian SIMON, Spain (KALEX), -5.409
5. Alex DE ANGELIS, San Marino (SPEED UP), -7.546
6. Thomas LUTHI, Switzerland (SUTER), -7.827
7. Scott REDDING, UK (KALEX), -11.241
8. Anthony WEST, Australia (SPEED UP), -12.768
9. Xavier SIMEON, Belgium (KALEX), -12.810
10. Dominique AEGERTER, Switzerland (SUTER), -13.119
11. Takaaki NAKAGAMI, Japan (KALEX), -13.285
12. Johann ZARCO, France (SUTER), -13.533
13. Mika KALLIO, Finland (KALEX), -16.475
14. Esteve RABAT, Spain (KALEX), -25.551
15. Sandro CORTESE, Germany (KALEX), -30.891
16. Axel PONS, Spain (KALEX), -36.247
17. Ricard CARDUS, Spain (SPEED UP), -36.392
18. Randy KRUMMENACHER, Switzerland (SUTER), -36.889
19. Yuki TAKAHASHI, Japan (MORIWAKI), -39.862
20. Mattia PASINI, Italy (SPEED UP), -40.232
21. Toni ELIAS, Spain (KALEX), -47.005
22. Louis ROSSI, France (TECH 3), -50.820
23. Ratthapark WILAIROT, Thailand (SUTER), -50.962
24. Gino REA, UK (FTR), -51.410
25. Mike DI MEGLIO, France (MOTOBI), -52.160
26. Steven ODENDAAL, South Africa (SPEED UP), -63.816
27. Doni Tata PRADITA, Indonesia (SUTER), -83.211
28. Rafid Topan SUCIPTO, Indonesia (SPEED UP), -1 lap
29. Nicolas TEROL, Spain (SUTER), -4 laps, DNF, retired
30. Roman RAMOS, Spain (SPEED UP), -8 laps, DNF, retired
31. Marcel SCHROTTER, Germany (KALEX), -14 laps, DNF, crash
32. Kyle SMITH, UK (KALEX), -24 laps, DNF, crash
33. Danny KENT, UK (TECH 3), -27 laps, DNF, crash
34. Alex MARIÑELARENA, Spain (SUTER), -27 laps, DNF, crash


World Championship Point Standings (after 8 of 17 races):

1. Redding, 143 points
2. Espargaro, 120
3. Rabat, 88
4. Aegerter, 83
5. Kallio, 81
6. Zarco, 67
7. TIE, Terol/Torres, 58
9. Simeon, 51
10. Corsi, 50