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Saturday practice times - Estoril MotoGP.

Full Saturday free practice times from the Portuguese Grand Prix at Estoril, round 14 of the 2009 MotoGP World Championship.

Casey Stoner is returning to action this weekend after a three-round hiatus to try and cure fatigue problems.

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1. Jorge Lorenzo SPA Fiat Yamaha Team 1min 36.827 sec
2. Casey Stoner AUS Ducati Marlboro Team 1min 37.152 sec
3. Valentino Rossi ITA Fiat Yamaha Team 1min 37.571 sec
4. Colin Edwards USA Monster Yamaha Tech 3 1min 37.766 sec
5. Dani Pedrosa SPA Repsol Honda Team 1min 37.942 sec
6. Loris Capirossi ITA Rizla Suzuki MotoGP 1min 38.212 sec
7. Andrea Dovizioso ITA Repsol Honda Team 1min 38.252 sec
8. Toni Elias SPA San Carlo Honda Gresini 1min 38.271 sec
9. Alex de Angelis RSM San Carlo Honda Gresini 1min 38.367 sec
10. Nicky Hayden USA Ducati Marlboro Team 1min 38.418 sec
11. Randy de Puniet FRA LCR Honda MotoGP 1min 38.459 sec
12. Mika Kallio FIN Pramac Racing 1min 38.549 sec
13. Chris Vermeulen AUS Rizla Suzuki MotoGP 1min 38.692 sec
14. Niccolo Canepa ITA Pramac Racing 1min 38.841 sec
15. James Toseland GBR Monster Yamaha Tech 3 1min 38.941 sec
16. Gabor Talmacsi HUN Scot Racing Team MotoGP 1min 39.457 sec
17. Marco Melandri ITA Hayate Racing Team 1min 39.692 sec

Fastest Friday time:
Jorge Lorenzo SPA Fiat Yamaha 1min 37.185sec

2008 Portuguese Grand Prix - 13/4/2008:
Pole position:
Jorge Lorenzo SPA Fiat Yamaha (M) 1min 35.715sec
Fastest race laps by manufacturer:
Jorge Lorenzo SPA Fiat Yamaha (M) 1min 37.404sec
Dani Pedrosa SPA Repsol Honda (M) 1min 37.471sec
Casey Stoner AUS Ducati Marlboro (B) 1min 37.972sec
John Hopkins USA Kawasaki Racing (B) 1min 38.228sec
Chris Vermeulen AUS Rizla Suzuki (B) 1min 38.750sec

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RealRacing - Unregistered

October 03, 2009 11:54 AM

Correction the Yamaha M1 is THE bike to have. On another level yes we have Casey Stoner who IS the difference for those slow on the uptake. Healthy Stoner is the benchmark in MotoGP.

Desh - Unregistered

October 03, 2009 11:56 AM

Hahaha that didn't take long Casey goes quick on the Duc and all of a sudden its clearly the fastest bike out there LOL. What a joke, the absence of Stoner showed just how far Yamaha are ahead of everbody. The M1 is on rails and very quick down the straight. Casey looks like he's riding speedway in comparison to get the GP9 to the front.

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