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Friday practice (2) - Malaysian MotoGP, Sepang

Full Friday free practice times (2) from the Malaysian MotoGP at Sepang, round 17 of 18.
Hector Barbera is returning from injury for Aspar Ducati, while newly-injured 2010 world champion Jorge Lorenzo is being replaced by Yamaha test rider Katsuyuki Nakasuga. John Hopkins is making his third appearance of the season for Rizla Suzuki.

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1. Dani Pedrosa ESP Repsol Honda 2m 1.250s
2. Casey Stoner AUS Repsol Honda 2m 2.070s
3. Andrea Dovizioso ITA Repsol Honda 2m 2.664s
4. Marco Simoncelli ITA San Carlo Honda Gresini 2m 2.823s
5. Hiroshi Aoyama JPN San Carlo Honda Gresini 2m 2.951s
6. Colin Edwards USA Monster Yamaha Tech 3 2m 2.991s
7. Alvaro Bautista ESP Rizla Suzuki 2m 3.123s
8. Randy de Puniet FRA Pramac Racing 2m 3.159s
9. Ben Spies USA Yamaha Factory Racing 2m 3.312s
10. Karel Abraham CZE Cardion AB Motoracing 2m 3.318s
11. Nicky Hayden USA Ducati Marlboro 2m 3.445s
12. Loris Capirossi ITA Pramac Racing 2m 3.595s
13. Valentino Rossi ITA Ducati Marlboro 2m 3.677s
14. John Hopkins USA Rizla Suzuki 2m 3.885s
15. Cal Crutchlow GBR Monster Yamaha Tech 3 2m 3.901s
16. Toni Elias ESP LCR Honda 2m 4.071s
17. Hector Barbera ESP Mapfre Aspar 2m 4.603s
18. Katsuyuki Nakasuga JPN Yamaha Factory Racing 2m 5.996s

Fastest FP1 time:
Dani Pedrosa AUS Repsol Honda 2m 1.916s

2010 Malaysian Grand Prix (October 17):
Pole position:
Jorge Lorenzo ESP Fiat Yamaha 2m 1.537s
Fastest race lap:
Valentino Rossi ITA Fiat Yamaha 2m 2.117s

2011 Sepang MotoGP Tests (February):
Casey Stoner AUS Repsol Honda 1m 59.665s



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greatest ever lol - Unregistered

October 21, 2011 9:06 AM

Can anyone imagine for a second if Stoner had a year on the Ducati like Rossi is having now and if Stoner earnt 15 million. Last year he was torn apart by the yellow brigade for ONLY 3 wins, 7 podiums and 9 poles.....imagine he got nothing like Rossi. Which one amongst them would blame the bike or say it was only a development year? And No, Ducati expected to have at least double the scorecard of Stoner with Rossi riding. They have bought a complete dud.

wolfrain - Unregistered

October 21, 2011 8:56 AM

"Why should Rossi have to adapt his style, he's a 9 time world champ." For the simple reason that he is getting clobbered by most riders and he was paid 15 million dollars to perform like a 9 time world champ to match the sales pitch he made to Ducati. Should a 9 time world champ be continually bettered in qualifying by rookies on older bikes? He is over the hill like Doohan said....it's just his ego that hasn't deflated like his talent.



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