MotoGP » Stoner wins Motegi - Rossi, Lorenzo steal the show

Casey Stoner wins the Japanese MotoGP at Motegi. Valentino Rossi wins brutal battle with team-mate Jorge Lorenzo for third.

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sixtenths - Unregistered

October 03, 2010 8:26 AM

Nice to see the Rossi of old, sticking it to slimy Lorenzo and stealing his show. Pretty full on moves, especially given the Championship position, you could almost say there is no love lost there......

That's racing Jorge !

Is it 2011 yet?? - Unregistered

October 03, 2010 8:31 AM

Awesome racing, Lorenzo is a great talent and should be respected yet he has few fans despite this, i personally far prefer Rossi but am at a loss to explain what it is about Lorenzo that is so difficult to warm to the guy?

Real show stealer - Unregistered

October 03, 2010 8:38 AM

The awesomely fast first posi for Casey puts him into the TOP 10 list of all time premier class winners. Sharing 22 wins now with Duke, Surtees and Roberts Snr.

(Ahead are Rainey 24, Schwantz 25 and current top 5 position holder Lawson 31)

The top step also extends his 800cc winners lead over Rossi.

Sepang and Phillip Island are good tracks for Ducati and Casey so he might be able to get top 7 before the end of the year.

Go on now Stoner haters, start your hate and excuses.

Smithy - Unregistered

October 03, 2010 8:41 AM

Great ride from Stoner.

Most impressive is that of the finishes, ducati held the top and the last 4 positions. Must be a credit to the rider.

Awesome battle between Rossie and Lorenzo.

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