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Jorge Lorenzo extends lead to 69 points over absent Dani Pedrosa; Race winner Casey Stoner gains ground in third; Andrea Dovizioso retakes fourth from Valentino Rossi...

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rick65

October 03, 2010 9:31 AM

Casey Stoner is now in the position that he might challenge for second place. He is less than two wins behind Pedrosa who even with a plated collarbone is likely to miss a race or two.
The battle for fourth is also close with Dovi and Rossi within three points and both in good form.

aeolus

October 03, 2010 10:59 AM

Spies moved ahead of Hayden and is still well clear of fellow rookies so the disastrous start didn't do too much damage. It looked like Hayden made another hairball move and ran Ben off the track.

Yamaha-M1 - Unregistered

October 03, 2010 11:20 AM

Ben was ahead of Hayden going into this race clear of the fellow rookies more like he has taken them to the cleaners. Even when #11 recovered he gapped Nick instantly an he showed a mssterclass in overtaking normal service will be resumed when he finishes ahead of that rubbish Suzuki at Sepang.

Jimmy - Unregistered

October 03, 2010 5:41 PM

Great race today but Rossi is a lucky guy coz he had jumped the start if you watch it again.

But with Rossi not having the best season and would have not made alot of diffrent to the championship out come also Pedrosa not there I think race control let him of today and I am glad they did coz wot a show they put on for the fans but don't do it again Vale role on next week.

cyclopathic - Unregistered

October 06, 2010 2:19 PM

@ a-olis, re: It looked like Hayden made another hairball move and ran Ben off the track.

it was Caprix he braked very early and foced Spies to run off. Hayden followed him to avoid crashing.

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