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November 4th, 2018, 10:22 AM   #21
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Congratulations Jorge, brilliant ride to seal the championship. Feel a bit bad for bezzechi, but we can only have one champion.


Both off to Moto2 next year.
Like I said elswhere Bezecci's problem was he was all over the place for a while, had no doubts about Martin though he's just been so consistent all season.
Loking forward to seeing him on a KTM next season and to be honest I don't fancy Asparagus's chances at retaining his seat come the end of 2020.
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Congratulations Jorge, brilliant ride to seal the championship. Feel a bit bad for bezzechi, but we can only have one champion.


Both off to Moto2 next year.

Same. Marco was unlucky as hell in the past few races but Martin fully deserved this title. I'm stoked to see them both on the bigger bikes in '19
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