MotoGP: Malaysian GP - Sepang

Results from today's GP action

Posted: 21 October 2007
by Tim Skilton

CASEY STONER, the 2007 MotoGP World Champion, dominated today's Malaysian GP at Sepang, leading the race from turn one until the chequered flag.

The 21-year-old Australian pipped polesitter Pedrosa into the first corner and dominated the race from there on, taking his 10th win of the season. Honda-mouted Pedrosa fought hard, challenging Stoner on occasions but faded towards the end of the 21-lap race with tyre degradation, eventually relinquishing second place to Honda's Marco Melandri. Pedrosa crossed the finishing line in third place.

Other stuff: Valentino Rossi had a disappointing race by his standards, starting in 9th, slipping to eleventh but eventually salvaging a fifth place. Randy de Puniet continued his success for Kawasaki, notching up a solid fourth position.

Britain's Chaz Davies, riding a D'Antin Ducati, finished the race in 17th place.

Results from Sepang:

1 C Stoner (AUS) Ducati

2 M Melandri (ITA) Fortuna Honda

3 D Pedrosa (ESP) Honda Repsol

4 R De Puniet (FRA) Kawasaki Racing

5 V Rossi (ITA) Yamaha Factory

6 A Elias (ESP) Honda Gresini

7 C Vermulen (AUS) Suzuki

8 J Hopkins (USA) Suzuki

9 N Hayden (USA) Honda Repsol

10 C Edwards (USA) Yamaha Factory

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