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Maximum MotoGP championship positions

Maximum MotoGP championship positions
With two rounds and a maximum of 50 points remaining, the best that each rider can do in the final 2010 MotoGP World Championship standings is shown below.

The full time riders are listed in their current ranking and points, with the number in brackets the top position in the final standings that they can still mathematically attain...


1. Jorge Lorenzo 333 points (1st)
2. Dani Pedrosa 228 (2nd)
3. Casey Stoner 205 (2nd)
4. Valentino Rossi 197 (2nd)
5. Andrea Dovizioso 179 (2nd)
6. Ben Spies 163 (3rd)
7. Nicky Hayden 152 (4th)
8. Marco Simoncelli 102 (7th)
9. Randy de Puniet 100 (8th)
10. Marco Melandri 93 (8th)
11. Colin Edwards 90 (8th)
12. Hector Barbera 76 (8th)
13. Alvaro Bautista 73 (8th)
14. Alex Espargaro 60 (8th)
15. Hiroshi Aoyama 47 (10th)
16. Mika Kallio 43 (16th, withdrawn)
17. Loris Capirossi 41 (11th)



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