MotoGP » Pits to victory for Pedrosa at Valencia


Dani Pedrosa wins the season-ending Valencia MotoGP after massive highside for race leader Jorge Lorenzo.

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rolling stoner - Unregistered

November 12, 2012 4:59 AM

Rossi would of not cared less where he finished today, though possibly happy to finish 10th after all testing on tuesday will obviously make him look good if his yamaha test leaves him 5th or 6th.

RG500 - Unregistered

November 12, 2012 1:37 AM

Pedrosa - 7 wins
Lorenzo - 6 wins
Stoner - 5 wins

At the end of the day Dani certainly can look back on his best season ever..... 2012 champion in my book!
I'm sure he's thinking 2013... bring it on!

Go Dani!


the beast - Unregistered

November 12, 2012 1:21 AM

JAS he is on one of 4 bikes much faster than anything else, so you would expect him to be at the front.

He only has to beat Rossi to come in third.

So I'm not sure about being afraid.

Smile35 - Unregistered

November 11, 2012 10:45 PM

Great ride by Pedrosa today. Glad to see everyone walk away from their crashes to some looked quite nasty. I also think Espargaro deserves some praise. Top CRT beating De Puniet who was going to walk the CRT class apparently

@Rich1 Moto GP already has a weight limit

Slartibartfast. - Unregistered

November 11, 2012 7:48 PM

Total anti climax to the season.Was hoping for a dry weather scrap between the top 3.We ended up with a farce of a race.
But hats off to Pedrosa,he rode a decent race and finished on top.Nagasuga gets second by a miracle and Stoner ends his career on the rostrum.
Rossi getting lapped is the unfortunate cherry on the most embarassing cake ever baked.What a two year catastrophe that was.Lorenzo,showed too much impatience for once and paid the price.Terrible end to the season.

Puigs pup - Unregistered

November 11, 2012 6:50 PM

Dani will be roosted by Marquez next season, let alone Jorge and Rossi. Dani will never win Motogp. Momentum what? he has had the golden spoon in his mouth from day one at Repsol. Spooner or later good riddance.

disgrace - Unregistered

November 11, 2012 6:18 PM

Neither Rossi or Stoner wanted to be out there today, Rossi didn't want to spoil his Tuesday test, Stoner didn't want to spoil the rest of his life!

They both started on the "safe" tyre and both pitted at roughly the same time (one lap apart), indeed Rossi was actually in front of Stoner after the stops.

But Stoner knuckled down, got the slicks up to temperature and pushed on for best possible result when he had no need. Rossi plainly couldn't be @rsed and just cruised around till the end of the race, absolute disgrace.

As for him on the Yamaha, ofcourse he'll be fast, todays result also proved how good a bike is it. But giving Rossi the ride is an absolute travesty.

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