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2012 MotoGP points standings

MotoGP World Championship standings after round seven at Assen.
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resoL - Unregistered

June 30, 2012 2:58 PM

Pedrosa, according to his own words, ran out of energy. Actually he gave a recipe how to beat him, just by letting him lead. Stoner was sore of injuries, riding on painkillers, but had the 'energy' ...

Stavros - Unregistered

June 30, 2012 2:30 PM

Shame for Lorenzo, but the same thing happened to Stoner last year when another rider who shall remain nameless made a d1ckhead move. I don't know that Jorge would have beaten Stoner anyway this race, Casey could clearly have gone a lot faster in the early laps had he not been happy to ride around on Dani's tailpipe. It looks like he and Honda may have found a way to make the soft tyre last the race as it was definately the right tyre today, and Jorge was on the hard option. The next few races will be very interesting. I think Jorge really needed that points buffer because the tracks later in the year are the ones Stoner is very strong at.



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