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Pos Driver Bike/Engine Laps Time/Delay 1 Valentino Rossi Yamaha 22 43:08.991 2 Daniel Pedrosa Honda 22 11.766 3 Toni Elías Honda 22 20.756 4 Andrea Dovizioso Honda 22 21.418 5 Loris Capirossi Suzuki 22 21.538 6 Nicky Hayden Ducati 22 25.544 7 Colin Edwards Yamaha 22 25.676 8 Alex de Angelis Honda 22 34.109 9 James Toseland Yamaha 22 35.617 10 Randy de Puniet Honda 22 39.824 11 Chris Vermeulen Suzuki 22 40.776 12 Niccolò Canepa Ducati 22 50.661 13 Gábor Talmácsi Honda 22 59.188 – Mika Kallio Ducati 20 Retirement – Marco Melandri Kawasaki 20 Retirement – Jorge Lorenzo Yamaha 17 Retirement – Michel Fabrizio Ducati 6 Retirement Read more
Pos Driver Bike/Engine Laps Time/Delay 1 Andrea Dovizioso Honda 30 48:26.267 2 Colin Edwards Yamaha 30 1.360 3 Randy de Puniet Honda 30 1.600 4 Alex de Angelis Honda 30 8.958 5 Valentino Rossi Yamaha 30 21.622 6 James Toseland Yamaha 30 22.465 7 Marco Melandri Kawasaki 30 35.284 8 Niccolò Canepa Ducati 30 38.769 9 Daniel Pedrosa Honda 30 42.112 10 Mika Kallio Ducati 30 45.845 11 Loris Capirossi Suzuki 30 53.190 12 Gábor Talmácsi Honda 30 1:12.315 13 Chris Vermeulen Suzuki 30 1:20.398 14 Casey Stoner Ducati 29 1 Lap 15 Nicky Hayden Ducati 29 1 Lap – Jorge Lorenzo Yamaha 8 Crash – Toni Elías Honda 7 Crash Read more
Excellent news: Bati has wound up with 3rd spot on the grid for tomorrow’s Australian Grand Prix at Phillip Island in a session that saw Jorge Lorenzo basically untouchable out front, and a nasty looking fall for Roberto Locatelli; who thankfully seems okay.The circuit is a good one for... Read more
(*Above: the smugnificently pompous Jorge Lorenzo) I have to say that I’m actually kinda sad that the hilariously self-satisfied (though I will admit, hugely gifted) Jorge Lorenzo is moving up to the top class of MotoGP next year to race for Yamaha on a factory-supported YZR-M1.I’d really wanted him to... Read more