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Pedrosa claims victory at Aragon

The seven time MotoGP champion then worked his way back up the order to eighth at the flag, despite a further off track excursion.

Hayden paid a higher price.

The American suffered a nasty accident when he ran off track at the final turn on lap two, possibly after saving a low-side, then couldn't stop and slammed into a tyre barrier - launching the American over the top and onto the road on the other side.

Hayden, who suffered a concussion and fractured hand at Indianapolis, was taken to the Medical Centre for checks where he has later declared 'ok'.

Karel Abraham (Cardion AB), Aleix Espargaro (Aspar CRT), Randy de Puniet (Aspar CRT), Hector Barbera (Pramac), Yonny Hernandez (Avintia CRT), James Ellison (PBM CRT) and Michele Pirro (Gresini CRT) completed the scorers.

MotoGP now heads for flyaway events - in Japan, Malaysia and Australia - before returning to Spain for the Valencia season finale.

Stoner hopes to return for the Motegi round, on October 12-14.

Aragon Grand Prix:

1. Dani Pedrosa
2. Jorge Lorenzo
3. Andrea Dovizioso
4. Cal Crutchlow
5. Ben Spies
6. Alvaro Bautista
7. Jonathan Rea
8. Valentino Rossi
9. Karel Abraham
10. Aleix Espargaro
11. Randy De Puniet
12. Hector Barbera
13. Yonny Hernandez
14. James Ellison
15. Michele Pirro
16. Mattia Pasini
17. Danilo Petrucci
18. Colin Edwards
19. Stefan Bradl
20. David Salom
21. Nicky Hayden

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pcxmac - Unregistered

September 30, 2012 2:03 PM

forza Dani, the result was inevitable, Jorge sucks bal1s on this track, he could never keep the pace. Now if Hector Barbera would get penalized like Bautista for ruining the championship for Dani.

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