125cc class on the road to China

Monday, 28 April 2008

Simone Corsi leads the 125cc category classification, having taken two wins from the past pair of races. The Jack&Jones WRB man is on sensational form at present, with a new-found consistency to match his undoubted talents.

Simone Corsi leads the 125cc category classification, having taken two wins from the past pair of races. The Jack&Jones WRB man is on sensational form at present, with a new-found consistency to match his undoubted talents.

Seventeen points separate Corsi from teammate Nico Terol, second in the standings in what is one of the most surprising aspects of the 2008 season. The Spaniard stepped onto the podium at both Jerez and Estoril for his first rostrum appearances in the World Championship, under the guidance of former rider Sito Pons.

Joan Olive lies just two points behind compatriot Terol, with Grizzly Gas Kiefer Racing´s Stefan Bradl also emerging as a title candidate after some fearless rides. Expected contender Sergio Gadea has to date been unable to follow up on his win at the opening race of the year, riding for the Bancaja Aspar team that has dominated the category over the past two years.

Mike di Meglio, Stevie Bonsey, Danny Webb, Scott Redding and Sandro Cortese complete the top ten in the 125cc class.

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