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Laguna Seca - Free practice times (1).

Title contender Dani Pedrosa, who fractured his left hand and sprained his right ankle last Sunday in Germany, completed 21 laps...

1. Casey Stoner AUS Ducati Marlboro Team (B) 1min 21.915 secs
2. Valentino Rossi ITA Fiat Yamaha Team (B) 1min 22.679 secs
3. Shinya Nakano JPN San Carlo Honda Gresini (B) 1min 22.953 secs
4. Chris Vermeulen AUS Rizla Suzuki MotoGP (B) 1min 23.406 secs
5. Marco Melandri ITA Ducati Marlboro Team (B) 1min 23.455 secs
6. Nicky Hayden USA Repsol Honda Team (M) 1min 23.469 secs
7. Andrea Dovizioso ITA JiR Team Scot MotoGP (M) 1min 23.696 secs
8. Toni Elias SPA Alice Team (B) 1min 23.698 secs
9. Colin Edwards USA Tech 3 Yamaha (M) 1min 23.760 secs
10. Alex de Angelis RSM San Carlo Honda Gresini (B) 1min 23.896 secs
11. Ben Spies USA Rizla Suzuki (B) 1min 23.950 secs
12. Jamie Hacking USA Kawasaki Racing Team (B) 1min 24.050 secs
13. Jorge Lorenzo SPA Fiat Yamaha Team (M) 1min 24.317 secs
14. Randy de Puniet FRA LCR Honda MotoGP (M) 1min 24.356 secs
15. Loris Capirossi ITA Rizla Suzuki MotoGP (B) 1min 24.392 secs
16. Anthony West AUS Kawasaki Racing Team (B) 1min 24.591 secs
17. Sylvain Guintoli FRA Alice Team (B) 1min 24.661 secs
18. James Toseland GBR Tech 3 Yamaha (M) 1min 24.736 secs
19. Dani Pedrosa SPA Repsol Honda Team (M) 1min 25.311 secs

2007 US GP - 22/07/2007:
Pole position: Casey Stoner AUS Ducati Marlboro (B) 1min 22.292secs
Fastest lap: Casey Stoner AUS Ducati Marlboro (B) 1min 22.542secs

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George - Unregistered

July 18, 2008 7:47 PM

@paul 27 Stoner was getting his @ss handed to him until after testing at Catalunya when Ducati made another breakthrough with ELECTRONICS. Even Stoner himself credits that to his recent success. HE has won EVERY race since then. Yeah Paul, it has nothing to do with electronics (LAUGHS). You Stoner Fanboys kill me. Pedrobot walked all over him in 250, Rossi walked all over him when he was on the Honda, and now he Moves to Ducati and is instantly better than the 2 guys that consistently cleaned his clock. The only thing, I'll give you is that he can ride a computer assisted bike better than Melandri. He's no Rossi or Pedrosa for sure. Even Melandri walked him when they were both with Honda.

George - Unregistered

July 18, 2008 8:21 PM

Let me break this down for you. In Casey's entire MotoGP career he never won a 125 Championship, a 250 championship. In his first year on the liter bikes he never won 1 race. He crashed out of 7 races and finished 8th in the championship. His second year he wins 10 races out of nowhere on the Ducati and you are going to tell us that this is all coming from Casey's amazing skill. Once again, do you even watch MOTOGP

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