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Márquez consolidates his dominance at Jerez

Márquez consolidates his dominance at Jerez

The young Spaniard proves unstoppable on the second day of the Test at the Jerez circuit, with Terol and Espargaró completing the top three on the timesheet.

Marc Márquez confirmed his impressive start from the mixed morning session to set the fastest time of the solo afternoon run for the 125cc class on the second day of the Official Test at Jerez on Sunday. In the morning The Red Bull Ajo Motorsport rider went faster than Mattia Pasini’s track record, set in 2006, and he was again quickest in the afternoon.

The young Spaniard, who was second behind Pol Espargaró yesterday, timed a best lap of 1’46.492 in the early session, which placed him 0.753s ahead of Nico Terol (Bancaja Aspar) in the combined times. Terol was one of the most consistent on track today, and his best time was 1’47.245.

Espargaró (Tuenti Racing) was third fastest, followed by team-mate Efrén Vázquez who was the last rider under 1’48”.

Sandro Cortese (Avant Intact Ajo Motorsport) and Randy Krummenacher (STIPA-Molenaar Racing) completed the top six on the timesheet, ahead of British rider Bradley Smith (Bancaja Aspar). The 2009 World Championship runner-up has struggled so far to keep pace with the top times and was today over two seconds off Márquez’s time.

Esteve Rabat (Blusens STX), Tomoyoshi Koyama (Racing Team Germany) and Alberto Moncayo (Andalucia Cajasol) all recorded top ten times in the 125cc class on Sunday as well.

You can see the 125cc results from day two by clicking here.

125cc, 2010

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