Moto2: Lorenzo continues winning run

Jorge Lorenzo tightened his grip on the 250cc championship by taking his seventh win of the season at Brno

Moto2: Lorenzo continues winning run

It was another dominant display by the MotoGP-bound Spaniard, who eased away from the field with little difficulty.

Andrea Dovizioso managed to stay with Lorenzo for a while, and closed in again after a slight slip by the leader in the middle of the race. But Lorenzo had speed in hand and was able to accelerate away once more and win by seven seconds.

Mika Kallio and Alex de Angelis battled for third for most of the race, exchanging positions several times. Their contest ended in a collision with two laps to go, and while Kallio was able to continue without delay, de Angelis fell from his bike and slid into the gravel. He rejoined, but could only take 11th - ending his record of having finished in the top four in every race this year.

Hector Barbera beat Alvaro Bautista and Hiroshi Aoyama to fourth, with all three finishing within half a second.

Front row starter Alex Debon dropped to 11th by the first corner and could not get back amongst the lead group before crashing out at half-distance.

Classified: Pos Rider Bike Time 1. Jorge Lorenzo Aprilia 41:04.954 2. Andrea Dovizioso Honda + 7.708 3. Mika Kallio KTM + 11.107 4. Hector Barbera Aprilia + 13.422 5. Alvaro Bautista Aprilia + 13.944 6. Hiroshi Aoyama KTM + 13.989 7. Thomas Luthi Aprilia + 22.817 8. Julian Simon Honda + 36.339 9. Shuhei Aoyama Honda + 36.367 10. R.Locatelli Gilera + 37.552 11. Alex de Angelis Aprilia +1:02.616 12. Fabrizio Lai Aprilia +1:13.529 13. Aleix Espargaro Aprilia +1:14.063 14. Karel Abraham Aprilia +1:14.575 15. Efren Vazquez Aprilia +1:14.643 16. R.Wilairot Honda +1:15.165 17. Dirk Heidolf Aprilia +1:15.474 18. Jules Cluzel Aprilia +1:40.064 19. Imre Toth Aprilia +1:53.798 20. Dan Linfoot Aprilia +1:57.103 Not classified: Rider Bike Laps Alex Baldolini Aprilia 18 Eugene Laverty Honda 11 Alex Debon Aprilia 10 Yuki Takahashi Honda 3 Marco Simoncelli Gilera 2 
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