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Quinta “pole position” of the season for Casey Stoner, who has a qualifying tax-driven rain, as also happened in 125 and Moto, where Zarco and Marquez managed to the best of times.
The rain turned to be decisive in qualifying once again. The practice session Saturday’s Italian Grand Prix was held in perfect conditions, but when the time of the qualifying session at Mugello the heavens were covered with black and threatening clouds, which met its forecast, downloading in the middle of the timed sessions. First in 125, not much force, sufficient to give good results before reaching the end, and then in MotoGP, and with more intensity, cutting the development of the session and forcing pilots to make a Moto2 qualifying with water.
In MotoGP the rain was just as decisive and forced to alter the strategy of the qualifying session, forcing strong enough to roll out, and in these conditions Casey Stoner took the lead. Marco Simoncelli also tried to take the best time, becoming head of the table, but Stoner won and finished faster than improve the historic “pole” of Valentino Rossi in 2008, the last achieved with qualifying tires. No one could approach the record of Stoner and end Ben Spies came to stand second, four-tenths, beating himself Simoncelli only six thousandths of a second.
Lacking a little over twenty minutes left it was raining and they all took the path of the “boxes”, giving virtually completed the training. Valentino Rossi took a detail with patients Mugello and gave viewers a few laps in the minutes end. Some more like Hayden, Crutchlow and Elijah also shot but any chance of improving, even Stoner took to the track in the past to try one out, but the fifth “pole” of the season it was for him. Spies and Simoncelli were after him, and the second line is placed Dovizioso, Lorenzo and Edwards, with Dani Pedrosa in ninth position, more than a second. Hector Barbera was tenth, Alvaro Bautista 14 º and Elías16 Toni. Read the rest of this entry »
Ducati rider Casey Stoner of Australia triumphed in the event the Japanese MotoGP at Motegi.
Casey Stoner quickly managed to snatch pole position from Andrea Dovizioso.
He entered the finish in the 24 lap race with a record time of 43 minutes, 12.266 seconds.
The second position in the MotoGP race held on Sunday (3 / 10) was taken from Honda’s Andrea Dovizioso, while Yamaha rider Valentino Rossi was third.
MotoGP leader Jorge Lorenzo’s race had to settle was in fourth position.
After the race, Stoner admitted Motegi is not his favorite, and she menytakan he did not expect extraordinary achievements times ini.Dovizioso snatch pole position for the first time in his career in MotoGP on Sunday, and following the achievement to finish second.
Jorge Lorenzo finished the season winning the Cheste circuit. With this ninth win of the season gets the highest score in a MotoGP championship in a year. Lorenzo almost fell to the ground in the early stages of the race but was able to recover and fight for victory with Casey Stoner that finally gave the Spanish rider unable to fight him. Stoner finished second and Valentino Rossi Yamaha farewell to a podium, this time in third. The next-mate Jorge Lorenzo, Ben Spies, finished the race in fourth place. Others finished in seventh Spanish Dani Pedrosa is still injured shoulder and has finished as runner-up this season after getting four wins. Finished eighth driver Dos Aguas Hector Barbera, Alvaro Bautista ninth to close a good season in his debut with two fifth place as best result, eleventh Aleix Espargaro to drop to fifteenth Moto2 and Carlos Checa who has scored in his return to the top .
Jorge Lorenzo (SPA) Fiat Yamaha Team
Casey Stoner (AUS) Ducati Team in 4576
Valentino Rossi (ITA) Fiat Yamaha Team in 8998
Ben Spies (USA) Monster Yamaha Tech 3 to 17,643
Dovozioso Andrea (ITA) Repsol Honda Team to 19,160
Marco Simoncelli (ITA) San Carlo Honda Gresini at 20,674
Dani Pedrosa (SPA) Repsol Honda Team to 26,797
Hector Barbera (SPA) to 29,288 Aspar Yellow Pages
Alvaro Bautista (SPA) Rizla Suzuki MotoGP 29,451
Randy De Puniet (FRA) LCR Honda MotoGP 29,860
Aleix Espargaro (SPA) Pramac Racing Team to 31,761
Colin Edwards (USA) Monster Yamaha Tech 3 to 33,604
Marco Melandri (ITA) San Carlo Honda Gresini at 36,622
Loris Capirossi (ITA) Rizla Suzuki MotoGP 38,968
Carlos Checa (SPA) Pramac Racing Team to 56,169
They are real setbacks those that Jorge Lorenzo and Casey Stoner have trimmed the rest of the opponents. If the Spaniard was the last deadly attack on the pole, marking an impressive 1’20 “978, while Australia’s best surprises in the passage, as well as a great time, even Por Fuera thought he could bring it down.
More precisely, Casey came off of 191 milliseconds, and is also the first driver to travel to 1’21 “. Joining the two missiles in the first row, there’s Andrea Dovizioso, who with a good performance in the area Cesarini crosses his team-mate Dani Pedrosa, who leads the second row alongside Ben Spies and Valentino Rossi.
Nicky Hayden and Colin Edwards will continue as unpaired in practice, in seventh and eighth place, only to find Simoncelli and Barbera, which conclude the top10 of the grid. Mika Kallio on the final fall, which digests the pain of separated Corkscrew. Roger Lee Hayden long ago but some unplanned.