In 2014 the average winning margin in Moto3 was just four tenths of a second. The series always produces close racing because the small capacity bikes stick together like cyclists in a peloton – at Brno last year the top 16 riders finished within 2 seconds of each other! With that in mind, the fact Danny Kent has won the last two races by more than 8 seconds is amazing. Nobody has pulled away from the pack like that before, ever, let alone twice in a row. Danny Kent is making Moto3 look like a different championship in 2015 so it will be interesting to see if he can keep his record streak going. It will also be interesting to see who ends up emerging from the pack as his biggest rival.
Moto3: Danny Kent made an interesting piece of history (twice)