Wednesday, March 23, 2011

Stoner Performance Direct Teeth

Casey Stoner shine directly on his first race with Repsol Honda. He started the first race this season in MotoGP Qatar to occupy pole position, Stoner managed to touch the finish line first at the Losail circuit on Monday (21/03/2011)

After the start, Dani Pedrosa immediately kicked off with a poke into the first position, followed by Casey Stoner and Jorge Lorenzo in third place. Valentino Rossi actually got pushed into second place, but first ditikungan Ducati is widened so that should be scattered to sixth place.

Jinx straight to two Pramac Racing riders. Randy De Puniet failed to tame his iron horse while devouring the bend so that eventually fell. While team-mate Loris Capirossi also failed to continue the race because of slipping into the gravel while trying to avoid De Puniet.

Entering the first corner three, the Lorenzo's world champion managed to take a leadership race from Pedrosa, who had scattered into the number three behind teammate Lorenzo Stoner, who was close behind in second place. However, Lorenzo did not last long entrenched as the leading riders. The reason, Stoner managed to take over pole position, followed by Pedrosa in second place.

From here, the fierce battle involving the two Re
psol Honda rider, Casey Stoner and Dani Pedrosa, who started to give the distance against rivals. Entering the fourth lap, Pedrosa dangerous maneuver by cutting Stoner when they tried to enter the corner. Stoner appears to not want to follow the ego, so a bit slow the bike and make room for Pedrosa to preceding.

Entering the first 10 laps, Pedrosa and Stoner duel is still the most interesting spectacle. They began to stay away from Jorge Lorenzo in third place. Marco Simoncelli stalking in the fourth position followed by Andrea Dovizioso in the order of five. Rossi still have not moved from sixth place, followed by Ben Spies, Colin Edwards, Hector Barbera and Hiroshi Aoyama complete the top ten list.

Two fierce battle to draw at mid-race treats. On lap 12, Ben Spies was overtaking Rossi in the top six. But the United States racing driver makes a mistake, widened as he entered the bend so that Rossi made it back to secure his position.

While in front, Casey Stoner, who continued to stalk Pedrosa, finally berhasik take the first position with a brilliant maneuver as they prepared to enter the corner. After passing Pedrosa, Stoner raced straight and began to keep a distance. Meanwhile, Pedrosa is now starting to get pressure from Lorenzo in third place.

Mental terror that continues to be presented to Pedrosa Lorenzo finally bearing fruit. In the remaining eight laps, the Yamaha rider passed Pedrosa, who failed to successfully shut down its movement when eating corner. Meanwhile, Lorenzo's teammate, Ben Spies also managed to win a fierce duel with Rossi and secure the sixth position, despite Rossi have not given up and kept trying to take back his position.

Entering the final five laps, Stoner was getting away alone in front. Meanwhile, Dani Pedrosa had taken over the position of Lorenzo in second place. Repsol Honda's other rider, also a successful Dovi mengovertake Simoncelli and secure the fourth position. While in the third row, Rossi is still working hard to take back the position of Spies, who finished sixth.

In the remaining four laps, Lorenzo re-launched its action and managed to pass Pedrosa. From here, Lorenzo began to get out of Pedrosa and keep the pressure to secure the second position. Until the end of the race, the drivers did not experience changes in the composition.

Stoner emerged as the winner by a margin of more than three seconds from Lorenzo in second place, while Pedrosa on the podium last. Andrea Dovizioso ended the race in fourth position followed by Marco Simoncelli, Ben Spies, Rossi in seventh place, Colin Edwards, Nicky Hayden and Hiroshi Aoyama complete the format of ten riders ahead. 

Qatar MotoGP result: Pos - Rider - Team - Time    
  1. Casey Stoner Honda HRC 42:38.569   
  2. Jorge Lorenzo Yamaha Factory +03,440 
  3. Dani Pedrosa Honda HRC +05,051  
  4. Andrea Dovizioso Honda HRC +05,942  
  5. Gresini Honda's Marco Simoncelli +07,358  
  6. Ben Spies Yamaha Factory +10,468  
  7. Valentino Rossi's MotoGP Ducati +16,431  
  8. Colin Edwards Yamaha Tech 3 +26,293  
  9. Nicky Hayden Ducati MotoGP +27,416  
  10. Hiroshi Aoyama Honda Gresini +28,920  
  11. Cal Crutchlow Yamaha Tech 3 +34,539  
  12. Hector Barbera Ducati Aspar +34,829  
  13. Karel Abraham Ducati Cardion AB +37,957  
  14. Toni Elias Honda LCR +26.7

Failed to finish  
  1. Randy de Puniet Ducati Pramac +30.0  
  2. Loris Capirossi Ducati Pramac +12.8 

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