2013 Valencia Moto2 ResultsSpoiler Alert: 2013 Moto2 results from season finale in Valencia, Spain, listed below
The 2013 Moto2 Championship concluded Sunday at Valencia. And although Tuenti HP 40’s Pol Espargaro clinched the title two weeks ago at Valenica, the action was intense.As for Espargaro, though, he ended his championship-winning season with a 29th following a crash on the eighth lap while in the lead. Also, his rival all season – Marc VDS Racing’s Scott Redding – finished second in the overall Moto2 standings. Redding finished 15th though he rode with sore wrists from his previous crashes.Taking the win for his home crowd was Aspar Team Moto2’s Nicolas Terol. The Spaniard was joined on the podium by his teammate Jordi Torres and Johann Zarco, respectively. Zarco’s finish arrived following a photo finish with Simone Corsi.Terol clinched a third win of the season by a clear four second margin, taking full advantage of Espargaro’s error. The race winner’s colleague Torres made it a great day for the Aspar Team Moto2 team, coming home second after overtaking NGM Mobile Racing’s Corsi with five laps to go.There was more disappointment for Corsi as he was beaten to the line by French Came IodaRacing Project man Zarco by just 0.001s.Esteve Rabat (Tuenti HP 40), Alex de Angelis (NGM Mobile Forward Racing), Thomas Luthi (Interwetten Paddock Moto2 Racing), Anthony West (QMMF Racing Team), Mattia Pasini (NGM Mobile Racing) and Dominique Aegerter (Technomag carXpert) all finished in the top ten.Hafizh Syahrin, a wild card rider for Petronas Raceline Malaysia, crashed out early in the race, as did Rafid Topan Sucipto (QMMF Racing Team). Japanese rider Kohta Nozane, a JIR Moto2 substitute, also suffered a DNF, but all riders were uninjured in the final race of the Moto2 season.2013 Valencia Moto2 Results:
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