MotoGP » Stoner snatches Valencia victory from Spies

Casey Stoner wins the season-ending Valencia MotoGP by 0.015sec, four riders down at turn one.

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BensPies - Unregistered

November 06, 2011 2:45 PM

You could almost see that coming. Spies would close right up to the Hondas of Pedrosa and Dovi then as soon as the hit the front straight they would gap him by at least a half second leaving him with all the work to do again. Spies showed he's master of those conditions from his victory in Assen. Very good race to complete the season.

bukalaki - Unregistered

November 06, 2011 2:46 PM

If someone says that Spies deserved the win and was robbed, must take a knock in the head.
If not the weather Stoner would have been MILES ahead.
And i'm not saying that cuz i'm Casey's fan. Just given justice.

And some fine racing there this time, altough 69 & 46 down at turn 1 :(

Kofi - Unregistered

November 06, 2011 2:47 PM

How does one apply racecraft? Is it an ointment?

Great final race and great tribute to Marco. I know he would have been in that pack fighting it out.

Ciao Marco "SuperSic" 58


November 06, 2011 2:48 PM
Last Edited 157 days ago

As a Stoner fan - you little ripper!

As a Spies fan - we was robbed! LOL. Seriously, congrats to Ben for a great ride. Thanks to Dovi and Pedders as well, for keeping me on the edge of my seat for the first half. I really enjoyed that.

In fact - great effort from everybody. Big thanks to Loris Cappirossi for 22 years of service, and having the hottest wife in the paddock for most of that time. Thanks to Westy for getting his elbows out and having a blinder. Great event all around.

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