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Capirossi wins, Rossi crowned 2005 champion.

"I'm very happy because I give more than 100% today," said Rossi. "We've had problems this weekend and even this morning we didn't know if we could fight for the podium.

"I think I did a clever race. I felt confident with the bike, passed Hayden and could go with Loris. At first I was faster in some points and slower in others than Loris, but in the last seven laps he was faster than me.

"Anyway, world champion seven times - last year was a surprise for evrybody, this year all the other teams, bikes and riders tried to beat me but we win another time. A big thank-you to Yamaha and all my guys. Thank you very much," he grinned.

Further back, the only man that could have prevented Rossi celebrating today - Max Biaggi - crossed the line in sixth position, between Melandri and Roberts, while Barros, Hopkins (who never recovered from a tough first lap) and Edwards completed the top ten.

Meanwhile, Shane Byrne finished his first race on a Camel Honda in 14th, while Ruben Xaus and Franco Battaini rounded out the finishers.

Full results to follow...


Malaysian GP:

1. Capirossi
2. Rossi
3. Checa
4. Hayden
5. Melandri
6. Biaggi
7. Roberts
8. Barros
9. Hopkins
10. Edwards
11. Elias
12. Tamada
13. Rolfo
14. Byrne
15. Xaus
16. Battaini



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