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Rossi wins as racing returns.

Meanwhile, pole sitter Nicky Hayden fought back from an early race slump to take fourth position, while Honda Gresini's Marco Melandri won a battle with Suzuki's John Hopkins for fifth.

Carlos Checa was a lonely seventh, while 2006 race winner Toni Elias produced some exciting slides on his way to a hard fought eighth as he continues to recover from his broken femur.

Stoner's factory Ducati team-mate Loris Capirossi collected ninth, while Rossi's Fiat Yamaha team-mate Colin Edwards was tenth.


Portuguese Grand Prix:

1. Rossi
2. Pedrosa
3. Stoner
4. Hayden
5. Melandri
6. Hopkins
7. Checa
8. Elias
9. Capirossi
10. Edwards
11. Nakano
12. West
13. Vermeulen
14. Guintoli


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