Sunday, October 18, 2009

Simon made the Spanish world title for the category 125 cubic centimeters

Phillip Island (Australia) (Reuters) - Spain's Julian Simon won the world title for the MotoGP class 125 cubic centimeters on Sunday when he beat fellow British Bradley Smith on the final lap to finish the first race in Australia.

Simon, who beat beats ahead 50.5 points to Smith's closest rival in the championship to a poor start before he could issue the order on the Phillip Island circuit length of 4.45 kilometers.

He said the rider 22-year-old told reporters: "I am very happy after I won and made an effort."

"We have signed last year at Phillip Island to hold my return to racing class 125 (cubic centimeters), so I'm thrilled to Ttawaiji title here."

And Simon won the title, to witness a strong return to the Spaniard to the category of 125 cubic centimeters after participated in the 2007-2008 season in the category of 250 cubic centimeters and could not climb on the podium and occupy the top three in any race.

And Simon now has 239 points, one ahead 55.5 points from Smith two rounds before the end of the world championships in Malaysia and Valencia, Spain.

The victory was the fifth to Simon this season. The Nasdaq Spanish rider on the podium ten times out of 14 races.

And occupied the German Sandro Curtisi third and Spain's Pol Espargaro mate at Derby in the fourth place after starting the race from pole position.

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