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Poor Dani. He really has no luck at all. Going down mainly to another rider's fault and breaking (AGAIN) a bone. And in the end, isn't it IRONIC that the race direction "gave" some extra points to his main rival, by punishing Simmoncelli and having Lorenzo go up one place????
BTW, I think the punishment to Simmo was exagerated, unless he was already in some kind of suspended sentence (which he might be, I don't know) - it was a risky overtake, but he didn't take Pedrosa down like Rossi did to Stoner in Spain!
Concerning Rossi, he did manage to do a better race than his pratice times would suggest, but without the Pedrosa / Simoncelli Rossi would once again be 5th. And, once again, he was beaten in a last lap fight - and again the wimpiest of riders, Dovisioso! In my mind, this no doubt proves that, either he is getting old and losing his motivation or his physic and stamina never fully recovered from his more "recent" bashings (like his shoulder injury)...
Stoner came as no surprise