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Stoner vs. his team-mates

Having missed three races following surgery for his Indianapolis injuries Stoner finished fifth on his return to action at Motegi, citing a lack of race fitness.
Sepang: Pedrosa 1st - Stoner 3rd
Stoner - who considered skipping the soaking Sepang race due to the increased risk of re-damaging his ankle - got faster as the race went on and was on the verge of overtaking Lorenzo for second when the race was stopped. Pedrosa won, but Stoner felt he had a real chance of victory without the stoppage.
Valencia: Pedrosa 1st - Stoner 3rd
Stoner's last MotoGP race took place on a wet but drying track, prompting another cautious start for the Australian. Stoner rose from 16th, after a pit stop to swap bikes, and overtook Alvaro Bautista for third place on the penultimate lap. Team-mate Pedrosa won the race.

Casey Stoner vs. his MotoGP team-mates:
How many times Stoner finished higher than his MotoGP team-mate(s), by year.
Only races in which both team-mates finished are included


2012:
Stoner 6 - Pedrosa 7
2011:
Stoner 7 - Pedrosa 4
Stoner 14 - Dovizioso 1
2010:
Stoner 8 - Hayden 2
2009:
Stoner 12 - Hayden 0
2008:
Stoner 13 - Melandri 1
2007:
Stoner 12 - Capirossi 2
2006:
No team-mate.





Related Pictures

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Stoner and Capirossi, German MotoGP Race 2007
Pedrosa, Czech MotoGP race 2016
Rossi overtaking Iannone, Czech MotoGP race 2016
Dovizioso, Czech MotoGP race 2016
Rossi, Czech MotoGP race 2016
Redding, Dovizioso Czech MotoGP race 2016
Rossi, Crutchlow Czech MotoGP race 2016
Rossi, Crutchlow Czech MotoGP race 2016
Redding, Dovizioso Czech MotoGP race 2016
Iannone, Redding, Dovizioso Czech MotoGP race 2016
Redding, Dovizioso Czech MotoGP race 2016
Rossi, Lorenzo Czech MotoGP race 2016
Pedrosa, Rossi Czech MotoGP race 2016
Rossi, Lorenzo Czech MotoGP race 2016
Rossi, Lorenzo Czech MotoGP race 2016
Dovizioso, Czech MotoGP race 2016
Marquez, Dovizioso Czech MotoGP race 2016
Marquez, Dovizioso, Iannone Czech MotoGP race 2016

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