I watched and waited to see what if anything interesting would happen in both series.
Moto 2 : very good race , except for the blind officials who failed to penalise Marquez for running Luthi off the track on purpose. That was IMHO an uncalled for and dangerous move. But that's the way Marquez rides, he is a bit of a wild child and may end up like some other riders who manage to get on the bad side of his racing competitors.
Moto GP : sadly the CRT's ran like expected, 5 seconds off pace and got very little TV coverage except at the very end .
I think we are in for a two class series for sure all season unless some magic in the rules happens.
The real GP bikes had a good battle and I would have sworn Stoner's arm pump was a bunch of hooey to cover up his tire abuse. It was pretty obvious that Lorenzo kept race pace but better tire management and in the end it proved to be the better strategy.
Ducati had a good day only due to Hayden's fantastic grit. Some pundit said that he doubted Rossi would finish the season on the bike unless he/they can come to grips with what ever ails the bloody thing. I would be surprised if that happens , but the bike is a long way from even being close at this point. I also think the aluminum chassis is more of a hindrence than a help.