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Oct 10, 2010

New Leader In Tight 125cc GP World Championship

FIM 125cc World Championship
Sepang, Malaysia
October 10, 2010
Race Results:

1. Marc MARQUEZ, Spain (DERBI), 18 laps, 40:29.035
2. Pol ESPARGARO, Spain (DERBI), -2.341 seconds
3. Nicolas TEROL, Spain (APRILIA), -3.656
4. Efren VAZQUEZ, Spain (DERBI), -6.780
5. Bradley SMITH, Great Britain (APRILIA), -7.133
6. Sandro CORTESE, Germany (DERBI), -7.297
7. Esteve RABAT, Spain (APRILIA), -26.648
8. Luis SALOM, Spain (APRILIA), -29.339
9. Tomoyoshi KOYAMA, Japan (APRILIA), -29.339
10. Randy KRUMMENACHE, Switzerland (APRILIA), -29.365
11. Johann ZARCO, France (APRILIA), -36.329
12. Alberto MONCAYO, Spain (APRILIA), -37.545
13. Adrian MARTIN, Spain (APRILIA), -51.262
14. Jakub KORNFEIL, Czech Republic (APRILIA), -54.634
15. Marcel SCHROTTER, Germany (HONDA), -54.635


World Championship Point Standings (after 14 of 17 races):

1. Marquez, 247 points
2. Terol, 244
3. Espargaro, 235
4. Smith, 171
5. Cortese, 132
6. Rabat, 127
7. Vazquez, 123
8. Koyama, 109
9. Krummenacher, 90
10. Danny Webb, 80




More, from a press release issued by Interwetten Honda:

Schrötter leaves Sepang with a point

The Malaysian Grand Prix was not very pleasant, because of the heat and humidity in Sepang and it was very difficult for Marcel Schrötter and the Interwetten Honda 125 Team, but it was worth it as Schrötter is going home with another point. The 17 year old was on 14th position crossing the finish line, but a photo finish declared him 15th.

Marcel Schrötter, 15 - 41'23.670:
"This was a very difficult race for me, but I had a good start. After the start I was in the middle of a group and this was holding me off. I was able to fight my way through and I tried to catch up as many places as possible. At the first straight I didn't have a chance anymore and the other riders opened a gap. I couldn't see anything as I was sweating. I defiantly think that I finished on 14th position."

Terrell Thien, Team Manager:
"Again Marcel gained a point, also we think it should have been two points. I am glad that Marcel is improving step by step and I am looking forward to the next race."