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    Default -Moto GP- Season 2010-

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    Iannone dominates Assen Moto2
    Andrea Iannone took his second dominant victory in the last three races as he decimated the opposition at Assen.

    Dutch TT Moto2 Race Results
    <TABLE class="width100 marginbot10 fonts12"><THEAD><TR align=middle><TH>Pos.</TH><TH>Points</TH><TH>Num.</TH><TH>Rider</TH><TH>Nation</TH><TH>Team</TH><TH>Bike</TH><TH>Km/h</TH><TH>Time/Gap</TH></TR></THEAD><TBODY><TR><TD align=right>1</TD><TD align=right>25</TD><TD align=right>29</TD><TD>Andrea IANNONE</TD><TD>ITA</TD><TD>Fimmco Speed Up</TD><TD>Speed Up</TD><TD align=right>163.5</TD><TD class=alignright>40'00.383</TD></TR><TR class=even><TD align=right>2</TD><TD align=right>20</TD><TD align=right>24</TD><TD>Toni ELIAS</TD><TD>SPA</TD><TD>Gresini Racing Moto2</TD><TD>Moriwaki</TD><TD align=right>163.2</TD><TD class=alignright>+4.492</TD></TR><TR><TD align=right>3</TD><TD align=right>16</TD><TD align=right>12</TD><TD>Thomas LUTHI</TD><TD>SWI</TD><TD>Interwetten Moriwaki Moto2</TD><TD>Moriwaki</TD><TD align=right>163.1</TD><TD class=alignright>+5.390</TD></TR><TR class=even><TD align=right>4</TD><TD align=right>13</TD><TD align=right>14</TD><TD>Ratthapark WILAIROT</TD><TD>THA</TD><TD>Thai Honda PTT Singha SAG</TD><TD>Bimota</TD><TD align=right>163.1</TD><TD class=alignright>+5.473</TD></TR><TR><TD align=right>5</TD><TD align=right>11</TD><TD align=right>48</TD><TD>Shoya TOMIZAWA</TD><TD>JPN</TD><TD>Technomag-CIP</TD><TD>Suter</TD><TD align=right>163.0</TD><TD class=alignright>+7.405</TD></TR><TR class=even><TD align=right>6</TD><TD align=right>10</TD><TD align=right>60</TD><TD>Julian SIMON</TD><TD>SPA</TD><TD>Mapfre Aspar Team</TD><TD>Suter</TD><TD align=right>163.0</TD><TD class=alignright>+7.666</TD></TR><TR><TD align=right>7</TD><TD align=right>9</TD><TD align=right>16</TD><TD>Jules CLUZEL</TD><TD>FRA</TD><TD>Forward Racing</TD><TD>Suter</TD><TD align=right>162.4</TD><TD class=alignright>+16.023</TD></TR><TR class=even><TD align=right>8</TD><TD align=right>8</TD><TD align=right>63</TD><TD>Mike DI MEGLIO</TD><TD>FRA</TD><TD>Mapfre Aspar Team</TD><TD>Suter</TD><TD align=right>162.4</TD><TD class=alignright>+16.122</TD></TR><TR><TD align=right>9</TD><TD align=right>7</TD><TD align=right>17</TD><TD>Karel ABRAHAM</TD><TD>CZE</TD><TD>Cardion AB Motoracing</TD><TD>FTR</TD><TD align=right>162.3</TD><TD class=alignright>+16.959</TD></TR><TR class=even><TD align=right>10</TD><TD align=right>6</TD><TD align=right>72</TD><TD>Yuki TAKAHASHI</TD><TD>JPN</TD><TD>Tech 3 Racing</TD><TD>Tech 3</TD><TD align=right>162.2</TD><TD class=alignright>+19.601</TD></TR><TR><TD align=right>11</TD><TD align=right>5</TD><TD align=right>45</TD><TD>Scott REDDING</TD><TD>GBR</TD><TD>Marc VDS Racing Team</TD><TD>Suter</TD><TD align=right>162.1</TD><TD class=alignright>+20.187</TD></TR><TR class=even><TD align=right>12</TD><TD align=right>4</TD><TD align=right>3</TD><TD>Simone CORSI</TD><TD>ITA</TD><TD>JIR Moto2</TD><TD>Motobi</TD><TD align=right>162.1</TD><TD class=alignright>+20.423</TD></TR><TR><TD align=right>13</TD><TD align=right>3</TD><TD align=right>2</TD><TD>Gabor TALMACSI</TD><TD>HUN</TD><TD>Fimmco Speed Up</TD><TD>Speed Up</TD><TD align=right>162.0</TD><TD class=alignright>+21.358</TD></TR><TR class=even><TD align=right>14</TD><TD align=right>2</TD><TD align=right>75</TD><TD>Mattia PASINI</TD><TD>ITA</TD><TD>JIR Moto2</TD><TD>Motobi</TD><TD align=right>161.7</TD><TD class=alignright>+26.654</TD></TR><TR><TD align=right>15</TD><TD align=right>1</TD><TD align=right>68</TD><TD>Yonny HERNANDEZ</TD><TD>COL</TD><TD>Blusens-STX</TD><TD>BQR-Moto2</TD><TD align=right>161.2</TD><TD class=alignright>+34.024</TD></TR><TR class=even><TD align=right>16</TD><TD align=right></TD><TD align=right>25</TD><TD>Alex BALDOLINI</TD><TD>ITA</TD><TD>Caretta Technology Race Dept</TD><TD>I.C.P.</TD><TD align=right>161.2</TD><TD class=alignright>+34.045</TD></TR><TR><TD align=right>17</TD><TD align=right></TD><TD align=right>71</TD><TD>Claudio CORTI</TD><TD>ITA</TD><TD>Forward Racing</TD><TD>Suter</TD><TD align=right>161.2</TD><TD class=alignright>+34.377</TD></TR><TR class=even><TD align=right>18</TD><TD align=right></TD><TD align=right>77</TD><TD>Dominique AEGERTER</TD><TD>SWI</TD><TD>Technomag-CIP</TD><TD>Suter</TD><TD align=right>161.2</TD><TD class=alignright>+34.481</TD></TR><TR><TD align=right>19</TD><TD align=right></TD><TD align=right>65</TD><TD>Stefan BRADL</TD><TD>GER</TD><TD>Viessmann Kiefer Racing</TD><TD>Suter</TD><TD align=right>161.0</TD><TD class=alignright>+37.283</TD></TR><TR class=even><TD align=right>20</TD><TD align=right></TD><TD align=right>15</TD><TD>Alex DE ANGELIS</TD><TD>RSM</TD><TD>RSM Team Scot</TD><TD>Force GP210</TD><TD align=right>160.6</TD><TD class=alignright>+42.525</TD></TR><TR><TD align=right>21</TD><TD align=right></TD><TD align=right>61</TD><TD>Vladimir IVANOV</TD><TD>UKR</TD><TD>Gresini Racing Moto2</TD><TD>Moriwaki</TD><TD align=right>160.6</TD><TD class=alignright>+43.395</TD></TR><TR class=even><TD align=right>22</TD><TD align=right></TD><TD align=right>9</TD><TD>Kenny NOYES</TD><TD>USA</TD><TD>Jack & Jones by A.Banderas</TD><TD>Promoharris</TD><TD align=right>160.4</TD><TD class=alignright>+46.784</TD></TR><TR><TD align=right>23</TD><TD align=right></TD><TD align=right>40</TD><TD>Sergio GADEA</TD><TD>SPA</TD><TD>Tenerife 40 Pons</TD><TD>Pons Kalex</TD><TD align=right>160.4</TD><TD class=alignright>+46.796</TD></TR><TR class=even><TD align=right>24</TD><TD align=right></TD><TD align=right>59</TD><TD>Niccolo CANEPA</TD><TD>ITA</TD><TD>RSM Team Scot</TD><TD>Force GP210</TD><TD align=right>159.5</TD><TD class=alignright>+59.324</TD></TR><TR><TD align=right>25</TD><TD align=right></TD><TD align=right>55</TD><TD>Hector FAUBEL</TD><TD>SPA</TD><TD>Marc VDS Racing Team</TD><TD>Suter</TD><TD align=right>159.5</TD><TD class=alignright>+1'00.168</TD></TR><TR class=even><TD align=right>26</TD><TD align=right></TD><TD align=right>39</TD><TD>Robertino PIETRI</TD><TD>VEN</TD><TD>Italtrans S.T.R.</TD><TD>Suter</TD><TD align=right>159.4</TD><TD class=alignright>+1'01.868</TD></TR><TR><TD align=right>27</TD><TD align=right></TD><TD align=right>35</TD><TD>Raffaele DE ROSA</TD><TD>ITA</TD><TD>Tech 3 Racing</TD><TD>Tech 3</TD><TD align=right>159.3</TD><TD class=alignright>+1'02.451</TD></TR><TR class=even><TD align=right>28</TD><TD align=right></TD><TD align=right>76</TD><TD>Bernat MARTINEZ</TD><TD>SPA</TD><TD>Maquinza-SAG Team</TD><TD>Bimota</TD><TD align=right>159.0</TD><TD class=alignright>+1'07.317</TD></TR><TR><TD align=right>29</TD><TD align=right></TD><TD align=right>21</TD><TD>Vladimir LEONOV</TD><TD>RUS</TD><TD>Vector Kiefer Racing</TD><TD>Suter</TD><TD align=right>158.8</TD><TD class=alignright>+1'10.107</TD></TR><TR class=even><TD align=right>30</TD><TD align=right></TD><TD align=right>53</TD><TD>Valentin DEBISE</TD><TD>FRA</TD><TD>WTR San Marino Team</TD><TD>ADV</TD><TD align=right>157.1</TD><TD class=alignright>+1'37.619</TD></TR><TR><TD align=right>31</TD><TD align=right></TD><TD align=right>95</TD><TD>Mashel AL NAIMI</TD><TD>QAT</TD><TD>Blusens-STX</TD><TD>BQR-Moto2</TD><TD align=right>156.9</TD><TD class=alignright>+1'41.035</TD></TR><TR class=even><TD align=right>32</TD><TD align=right></TD><TD align=right>5</TD><TD>Joan OLIVE</TD><TD>SPA</TD><TD>Jack & Jones by A.Banderas</TD><TD>Promoharris</TD><TD align=right>156.9</TD><TD class=alignright>+1'41.545</TD></TR><TR class=bold><TD colSpan=9 align=left>Not Classified</TD></TR><TR><TD align=right></TD><TD align=right></TD><TD align=right>19</TD><TD>Xavier SIMEON</TD><TD>BEL</TD><TD>Holiday Gym G22</TD><TD>Moriwaki</TD><TD align=right>160.6</TD><TD class=alignright>1 Lap</TD></TR><TR class=even><TD align=right></TD><TD align=right></TD><TD align=right>52</TD><TD>Lukas PESEK</TD><TD>CZE</TD><TD>Matteoni CP Racing</TD><TD>Moriwaki</TD><TD align=right>158.4</TD><TD class=alignright>8 Laps</TD></TR><TR><TD align=right></TD><TD align=right></TD><TD align=right>41</TD><TD>Arne TODE</TD><TD>GER</TD><TD>Racing Team Germany</TD><TD>Suter</TD><TD align=right>153.3</TD><TD class=alignright>9 Laps</TD></TR><TR class=even><TD 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    World Moto2 Championship Standings after Dutch TT
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    i watched 125cc race... Marc was good... he's into the title fight now -Moto GP- Season 2010- - icon14 ...

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    Lorenzo wins again at Assen<!-- end title -->
    Jorge Lorenzo consolidated his MotoGP world championship lead with an accomplished victory in the Dutch TT - his fourth win in six races ensuring that he is now 47 points clear of Dani Pedrosa.

    Dutch TT MotoGP Race Results
    <TABLE class="width100 marginbot10 fonts12"><THEAD><TR align=middle><TH>Pos.</TH><TH>Points</TH><TH>Num.</TH><TH>Rider</TH><TH>Nation</TH><TH>Team</TH><TH>Bike</TH><TH>Km/h</TH><TH>Time/Gap</TH></TR></THEAD><TBODY><TR><TD align=right>1</TD><TD align=right>25</TD><TD align=right>99</TD><TD>Jorge LORENZO</TD><TD>SPA</TD><TD>Fiat Yamaha Team</TD><TD>Yamaha</TD><TD align=right>171.5</TD><TD class=alignright>41'18.629</TD></TR><TR class=even><TD align=right>2</TD><TD align=right>20</TD><TD align=right>26</TD><TD>Dani PEDROSA</TD><TD>SPA</TD><TD>Repsol Honda Team</TD><TD>Honda</TD><TD align=right>171.3</TD><TD class=alignright>+2.935</TD></TR><TR><TD align=right>3</TD><TD align=right>16</TD><TD align=right>27</TD><TD>Casey STONER</TD><TD>AUS</TD><TD>Ducati Team</TD><TD>Ducati</TD><TD align=right>171.0</TD><TD class=alignright>+7.022</TD></TR><TR class=even><TD align=right>4</TD><TD align=right>13</TD><TD align=right>11</TD><TD>Ben SPIES</TD><TD>USA</TD><TD>Monster Yamaha Tech 3</TD><TD>Yamaha</TD><TD align=right>170.6</TD><TD class=alignright>+13.265</TD></TR><TR><TD align=right>5</TD><TD align=right>11</TD><TD align=right>4</TD><TD>Andrea DOVIZIOSO</TD><TD>ITA</TD><TD>Repsol Honda Team</TD><TD>Honda</TD><TD align=right>170.5</TD><TD class=alignright>+15.323</TD></TR><TR class=even><TD align=right>6</TD><TD align=right>10</TD><TD align=right>14</TD><TD>Randy DE PUNIET</TD><TD>FRA</TD><TD>LCR Honda MotoGP</TD><TD>Honda</TD><TD align=right>170.4</TD><TD class=alignright>+15.772</TD></TR><TR><TD align=right>7</TD><TD align=right>9</TD><TD align=right>69</TD><TD>Nicky HAYDEN</TD><TD>USA</TD><TD>Ducati Team</TD><TD>Ducati</TD><TD align=right>169.7</TD><TD class=alignright>+25.867</TD></TR><TR class=even><TD align=right>8</TD><TD align=right>8</TD><TD align=right>5</TD><TD>Colin EDWARDS</TD><TD>USA</TD><TD>Monster Yamaha Tech 3</TD><TD>Yamaha</TD><TD align=right>169.5</TD><TD class=alignright>+28.991</TD></TR><TR><TD align=right>9</TD><TD align=right>7</TD><TD align=right>58</TD><TD>Marco SIMONCELLI</TD><TD>ITA</TD><TD>San Carlo Honda Gresini</TD><TD>Honda</TD><TD align=right>169.1</TD><TD class=alignright>+35.658</TD></TR><TR class=even><TD align=right>10</TD><TD align=right>6</TD><TD align=right>41</TD><TD>Aleix ESPARGARO</TD><TD>SPA</TD><TD>Pramac Racing Team</TD><TD>Ducati</TD><TD align=right>169.1</TD><TD class=alignright>+35.837</TD></TR><TR><TD align=right>11</TD><TD align=right>5</TD><TD align=right>36</TD><TD>Mika KALLIO</TD><TD>FIN</TD><TD>Pramac Racing Team</TD><TD>Ducati</TD><TD align=right>167.7</TD><TD class=alignright>+56.769</TD></TR><TR class=even><TD align=right>12</TD><TD align=right>4</TD><TD align=right>40</TD><TD>Hector BARBERA</TD><TD>SPA</TD><TD>Paginas Amarillas Aspar</TD><TD>Ducati</TD><TD align=right>167.7</TD><TD class=alignright>+56.890</TD></TR><TR><TD align=right>13</TD><TD align=right>3</TD><TD align=right>65</TD><TD>Loris CAPIROSSI</TD><TD>ITA</TD><TD>Rizla Suzuki MotoGP</TD><TD>Suzuki</TD><TD align=right>167.4</TD><TD class=alignright>+1'00.615</TD></TR><TR class=even><TD align=right>14</TD><TD align=right>2</TD><TD align=right>19</TD><TD>Alvaro BAUTISTA</TD><TD>SPA</TD><TD>Rizla Suzuki MotoGP</TD><TD>Suzuki</TD><TD align=right>166.9</TD><TD class=alignright>+1'08.074</TD></TR><TR><TD align=right>15</TD><TD align=right>1</TD><TD align=right>64</TD><TD>Kousuke AKIYOSHI</TD><TD>JPN</TD><TD>Interwetten Honda MotoGP</TD><TD>Honda</TD><TD align=right>163.4</TD><TD class=alignright>1 Lap</TD></TR></TBODY></TABLE>
    World Championship Standings after Dutch TT
    <TABLE class=width100><THEAD><TR><TH>Pos.</TH><TH>Rider</TH><TH>Bike</TH><TH>Nation</TH><TH>Points</TH></TR></THEAD><TBODY><TR><TD>1</TD><TD>Jorge LORENZO</TD><TD>Yamaha</TD><TD>SPA</TD><TD class=alignright>140</TD></TR><TR class=even><TD>2</TD><TD>Dani PEDROSA</TD><TD>Honda</TD><TD>SPA</TD><TD class=alignright>93</TD></TR><TR><TD>3</TD><TD>Andrea DOVIZIOSO</TD><TD>Honda</TD><TD>ITA</TD><TD class=alignright>89</TD></TR><TR class=even><TD>4</TD><TD>Valentino ROSSI</TD><TD>Yamaha</TD><TD>ITA</TD><TD class=alignright>61</TD></TR><TR><TD>5</TD><TD>Nicky HAYDEN</TD><TD>Ducati</TD><TD>USA</TD><TD class=alignright>61</TD></TR><TR class=even><TD>6</TD><TD>Randy DE PUNIET</TD><TD>Honda</TD><TD>FRA</TD><TD class=alignright>56</TD></TR><TR><TD>7</TD><TD>Casey STONER</TD><TD>Ducati</TD><TD>AUS</TD><TD class=alignright>51</TD></TR><TR class=even><TD>8</TD><TD>Ben SPIES</TD><TD>Yamaha</TD><TD>USA</TD><TD class=alignright>49</TD></TR><TR><TD>9</TD><TD>Marco SIMONCELLI</TD><TD>Honda</TD><TD>ITA</TD><TD class=alignright>39</TD></TR><TR class=even><TD>10</TD><TD>Colin EDWARDS</TD><TD>Yamaha</TD><TD>USA</TD><TD class=alignright>34</TD></TR><TR><TD>11</TD><TD>Marco MELANDRI</TD><TD>Honda</TD><TD>ITA</TD><TD class=alignright>32</TD></TR><TR class=even><TD>12</TD><TD>Aleix ESPARGARO</TD><TD>Ducati</TD><TD>SPA</TD><TD class=alignright>28</TD></TR><TR><TD>13</TD><TD>Hector BARBERA</TD><TD>Ducati</TD><TD>SPA</TD><TD class=alignright>28</TD></TR><TR class=even><TD>14</TD><TD>Mika KALLIO</TD><TD>Ducati</TD><TD>FIN</TD><TD class=alignright>20</TD></TR><TR><TD>15</TD><TD>Hiroshi AOYAMA</TD><TD>Honda</TD><TD>JPN</TD><TD class=alignright>18</TD></TR><TR class=even><TD>16</TD><TD>Loris CAPIROSSI</TD><TD>Suzuki</TD><TD>ITA</TD><TD class=alignright>16</TD></TR><TR><TD>17</TD><TD>Alvaro BAUTISTA</TD><TD>Suzuki</TD><TD>SPA</TD><TD class=alignright>14</TD></TR><TR class=even><TD>18</TD><TD>Kousuke AKIYOSHI</TD><TD>Honda</TD><TD>JPN</TD><TD class=alignright>1</TD></TR></TBODY></TABLE>
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    Lorenzo: Assen win tougher than Britain
    Dutch TT winner Jorge Lorenzo admitted his victory in Saturday's 26-lap race at Assen was harder to achieve than the one he notched up at Silverstone six days previously, after he was chased all the way by Honda's Dani Pedrosa.

    Pedrosa surprised to finish second
    Dani Pedrosa admitted that he was surprised to have finished second in the Dutch TT, following a remarkable turnaround from a difficult build up to the Assen round of the MotoGP World Championship this week.

    Hayden: Practice crash spoiled Assen
    Nicky Hayden reckons his crash in final practice on Friday morning was ultimately the root cause of his disappointing Dutch TT result.
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    Stoner mystified by arm pump<!-- end title -->
    Casey Stoner remains mystified as to the cause of the arm pump that once again afflicted him during this weekend's Dutch TT.

    Rossi sets sights on Brno return<!-- end title -->
    Valentino Rossi believes a return to MotoGP for the Brno round in August is now realistic after a positive start to his recovery from his broken leg.
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    MotoGP
    Capirossi frustrated by Suzuki form
    Loris Capirossi admitted he is angry with Suzuki's uncompetitiveness after struggling to a distant 13th place in the Dutch TT at Assen on Saturday.

    Pedrosa calls for Honda consistency
    Dani Pedrosa believes he still has a chance of catching Jorge Lorenzo in the MotoGP title battle - but only if Honda can start producing its best form more consistently.

    Stoner: Yoshikawa call-up atrocious
    Casey Stoner has slammed Yamaha's decision to field test rider Wataru Yoshikawa in place of Valentino Rossi for at least the next three MotoGP rounds.

    MotoGP grid sizes "a joke" - Stoner
    Casey Stoner has labelled MotoGP's grid size as "pathetic", calling for more customer bikes to boost the numbers.

    Interwetten hope to have solution after Barcelona round
    The Interwetten Honda MotoGP Team are continuing their search for a longer term substitute for the injured Hiroshi Aoyama, and intend to have one in place for the Eni Motorrad Grand Prix Deutschland on July 18th.

    Espargaró continues top-ten form as Kallio relishes battle
    The Pramac Racing team had a productive TIM TT Assen on Saturday as Aleix Espargaró achieved his fourth straight top-ten result, whilst Mika Kallio improved on his result from Silverstone to place 11th.

    Rizla Suzuki looking ahead
    Rizla Suzuki MotoGP are already targeting this weekend’s Gran Premi Aperol de Catalunya in Barcelona after a difficult race at the TIM TT Assen on Saturday left the team with a lot of work to do. Loris Capirossi and Álvaro Bautista finished in 13th and 14th places respectively and this result was well below what they were expecting at the Dutch circuit.

    Edwards noticing gradual improvements
    Colin Edwards and his Monster Yamaha Tech 3 crew worked intensely throughout the TIM TT Assen to improve his front-end feeling on his M1 machine, and after being frustrated at Silverstone the American was more satisfied with how his bike responded at the Dutch circuit as he placed eight in the race
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    Wooooooooo ..... Stoners getting furious
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    @Blackeye117
    I have to agree with Stoner for his grid comments because at the moment in the previous race 15 riders has started the race and all of them were from the start in the points as MotoGP points system is awarding points to 15 riders at the end of the race. They certainly needs more bikes as Stoner has said it should be 25 bikes atleast, when you see 125cc and Moto2 with over 30 and 40 bikes respectively, they have more action then MotoGP.

    But on the other hand, I don't like his comments about Yamaha's Rossi replacing rider. What he wants, some one from the lower category or some one back from retirement.
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    @steve ... i think he wants some Alien on that bike you know what i m talking about as they 4 or 5 riders are called aliens ...if i am not wrong .... and i think he is right too because thats not an odinary bike that rossi's bike so there must be someone on it who can do justice to that bike but again its yamaha's decision so no one can say anything ... correct me if i am wrong ..
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    MotoGP
    Pedrosa aims for strong home race
    Dani Pedrosa has once again called on HRC to build on the momentum of his second-place finish at Assen after revealing he has been buoyed by his Honda RC212V's race performance in Holland.

    Melandri determined to ride at Catalunya
    Marco Melandri’s determination to put the last two races behind him will see the Italian attempt to ride through the pain barrier this weekend, as he goes to the Gran Premi Aperol de Catalunya still recovering from a dislocated shoulder suffered just seven days previously.

    Moto2
    Iannone going for repeat win at Catalunya
    Andrea Iannone has taken the Moto2 category to task recently, winning rounds four and six at Mugello and Assen and displaying a determination to show that the new intermediate class is one he can excel even further in.

    Lüthi intends to race in Barcelona
    Highly impressive results of second at Silverstone and third at Assen in the Moto2 class for Tom Lüthi have been made all the more remarkable with the revelation that he rode in both races with a recovering dislocated collarbone.

    125cc
    Márquez on a roll
    The unlocking of Marc Márquez’s undoubted potential continued on Saturday when the young Spaniard won his third straight 125cc race at the TIM TT Assen. Having taken his first World Championship victory at Mugello three weeks ago the Red Bull Ajo Motorsport rider now has three to his name, as his displays continue to go from strength to strength.
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    MotoGP
    Yoshikawa primed for first race as Rossi replacement
    After three races as the sole representative of the Fiat Yamaha team Jorge Lorenzo will be joined by Wataru Yoshikawa on track at this weekend’s Gran Premi Aperol de Catalunya. The Yamaha test rider steps into the factory team set-up for his first race as Valentino Rossi’s substitute at round seven, while the Italian continues his recovery from the broken leg suffered at Mugello almost four weeks ago.

    Stoner states need for follow up result
    Casey Stoner’s first podium finish of the 2010 campaign at Assen has given the Australian the added desire to make a more permanent return to the rostrum, and the Ducati Team rider wants to underline the advancements being made after a difficult start to the season at the Gran Premi Aperol de Catalunya this weekend.

    Pedrosa and Dovizioso set for tight team contest
    Repsol Honda riders Dani Pedrosa and Andrea Dovizioso head into this weekend’s Gran Premi Aperol de Catalunya with just four points separating them in second and third. For Pedrosa it is his home race and follows up a strong second place result at Assen, whilst Dovizioso will be aiming to get back on the podium after placing fifth in the last race.

    Lorenzo expects Pedrosa and Stoner challenge
    Jorge Lorenzo is in a relaxed mood as round seven of the 2010 MotoGP World Championship approaches this weekend, with the Gran Premi Aperol de Catalunya completing a gruelling series of three back-to-back races.

    Catalunya GP Timing Schedule
    Friday
    Practice Session 1
    125cc 15:40 to 16:40
    MotoGP 16:55 to 17:55
    Moto2 18:10 to 19:10

    Saturday
    Practice Session 2
    125cc 9 to 9:40
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    Qualifying Session
    125cc 13 to 13:40
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    Moto2 15:15
    MotoGP 17
    Moto2
    Morales to replace injured Pons at Montmeló
    Carmelo Morales will ride in place of the injured Axel Pons for the Tenerife 40 Pons Moto2 team at the Gran Premi Aperol de Catalunya this weekend, due to the latter’s withdrawal through injury.
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    MCN World Exclusive: Rossi to Ducati
    Valentino Rossi will drop a transfer bombshell by quitting Yamaha to sign a shock deal with Ducati. Paddock insiders say the move might even be officially announced at the Catalunya GP this weekend.

    The lucrative transfer finally became reality after long negotiations with Yamaha collapsed at the 11th hour.

    A trusted insider told MCN that Rossi is walking out because of a dispute over the renewal of his multi-million pound contract and his refusal to continue racing with Jorge Lorenzo as his team-mate.

    The senior MotoGP figure, who wanted to remain anonymous, said:
    "I know for sure that Rossi will go to Ducati next season. The deal has been done. One month ago it seemed impossible to imagine this, but Rossi will be in red next year."
    Honda plan ‘super team’ for 2011
    Honda is considering assembling a star-studded factory ‘super team’ for 2011 in a desperate attempt to win back the MotoGP crown.

    HRC management confirmed recently they are locked in talks with Australian Casey Stoner over a big-money switch from Ducati.

    But it has emerged that HRC was not only eyeing Stoner as a potential acquisition to partner Dani Pedrosa.

    The Japanese factory is giving serious consideration to a three-pronged factory attack with HRC luring Stoner from Ducati to join Pedrosa and Italian Andrea Dovizioso.

    HRC is desperate to snare Stoner on a lucrative deal but has denied already completing the signing of the 24-year-old, who won Ducati’s lone MotoGP title in 2007.

    Speculation has been rife since the Spanish GP in Jerez back in May that Stoner will leave Ducati and ride a factory RC212V next season.
    But his father and manager Colin Stoner vehemently denied a recent report that a deal was already agreed for around £5m.

    The issue is both Pedrosa and Dovizioso have performance clauses in their contract that automatically guarantee them a seat in the Repsol squad if they attain an agreed championship position at a certain stage of the season.

    If Pedrosa is in the top three and Dovizioso in the top five around the mid-season stage, both are assured of new contracts. Pedrosa is currently second and Dovizoso third heading to this weekend’s Catalunya race near Barcelona.

    But that has not curtailed Honda’s relentless chase of Stoner and now a three-rider factory team is a genuine possibility.

    Current title sponsor Repsol are in talks over a new deal and energy drink giant Red Bull may join as an associate sponsor to help bankroll the extra RC212V needed to accommodate Stoner, who has won 20 races for Ducati.

    It has also been rumoured that the Repsol line-up could remain the same, with Stoner in is own squad backed by Red Bull.

    Part of the deal would also see Honda replace KTM as the supplier to the Red Bull Rookies Cup HRC Vice-President Shuhei Nakamoto said: “We are talking to Casey and also talking to Dani and Andrea.

    "We are still talking but we have not yet signed Casey. We are talking with a few companies.

    "Repsol and Honda have been together for 16 years and if we can continue with Repsol we are more than happy but at the same time we are talking with other companies and Red Bull is one of those."

    Talking about prospect of a three-strong factory squad, Nakamoto said it was possible that Honda could extend its involvement in the premier class to seven bikes.

    “If we need it yes. But four or six is better for us. With seven or eight maybe we cannot keep a similar level of performance for all riders. Now six is a little bit tough,“ he said.
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    MotoGP
    Aoyama aiming for return in eight weeks
    Hiroshi Aoyama has started his recovery from the fractured T12 vertebra that has interrupted his debut season in the premier class, and the Interwetten Honda MotoGP rider says if all goes well he hopes to make a return to racing in two months.

    Hayden eager to find that extra edge
    Having been so close to the podium but just missing out on a number of occasions this season, Nicky Hayden is due his first top three finish of 2010 and the American believes that when it does come it will help push his season along.

    Melandri determined to race in Spain<!-- end title -->
    Marco Melandri is optimistic that he will be fit enough to race in this weekend's Catalunya Grand Prix despite dislocating his shoulder at Assen last Friday.

    Moto2
    Injured Bradl to be substituted by Cardús
    Stefan Bradl will not ride in the Moto2 race at the Gran Premi Aperol de Catalunya this weekend after crashing when riding a motocross bike on Monday, injuring his right foot in the process.

    JiR Moto2 ends Pasini association
    Mattia Pasini and the JiR Moto2 team’s association has been ended with immediate effect, and Yusuke Teshima will ride in his place for this weekend’s Gran Premi Aperol de Catalunya.
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    Frustrated Hayden wants 'final step'
    Nicky Hayden says that while he is much happier with his form this season than last, he remains frustrated that he has not yet become a consistent frontrunner with Ducati.

    Lorenzo insists title not on his mind<!-- end title -->
    MotoGP championship leader Jorge Lorenzo says he is still trying to push to the maximum rather than riding with the title in mind, even though he is now 47 points clear of his rivals after one third of the 2010 campaign.

    Yoshikawa will treat race like a test
    Yamaha's substitute rider Wataru Yoshikawa says he is 'honoured' to stand in for Valentino Rossi but is regarding his three-race stint in the factory race seat primarily as a data gathering exercise.
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    Ahaan Soo Finally Italian Rider On An Italian Bike
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    oh man so many updates... thanks genius..

    i m officially backing this guy in 125cc category...

    hmm.. so at last its done... but will Rossi be happy with Stoner?? .. or is it a team swapping ...

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    m_waqas ... i think stoner will end up at Honda ...... not team swapping i think ..... lets see what will happend in the end
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    @m_waqas
    As Blackeye says, Stoner is going to Honda and not just Honda but a RedBull Honda, if you have read the news regarding that I posted earlier. The probable lineup for the next season will be
    Yamaha: Lorenzo and Spies
    Honda: Pedrosa and Dovizioso on Factory Bikes while Stoner on a RedBull sponsored Honda.
    Ducati: Rossi and Hayden.
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    Lorenzo expects Rossi to join Ducati
    Jorge Lorenzo suspects that his team-mate Valentino Rossi will leave Yamaha for Ducati at the end of this season, as rumours about the injured Italian's future continue to build. Both riders are out of contract at the end of the year, and Rossi has previously said he did not believe Yamaha should continue to pair two equal number one riders in himself and Lorenzo.


    Lorenzo quickest in first practice
    Jorge Lorenzo's momentum showed no signs of waning as he topped the opening practice session for his second home race of 2010 at a sweltering Catalunya. The Yamaha rider and runaway championship leader swapped the top spot with LCR Honda's Randy de Puniet early on before pulling clear.
    Come back, Luca Badoer, all is forgiven.

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