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GP Week : Issue 44
>>Moto GPJEREZ Do you feel Randy, baby? de Puniet was a well-deserved fourth at Jerez, above, while Dani Pedrosa was the best placed Honda with second on the factory bike, left. Casey Stoner was delighted with third, below, his first podium finish at Jerez in any class. Kawasaki rider finally seeing off Loris Capirossi (Rizla Suzuki) and Colin Edwards (Monster Yamaha) after tussling all race long. By the finish, Dovizioso had caught right up with the trio after a strong recovery ride. Toni Elias (San Carlo Honda) was ninth; Chris Vermeulen (Rizla Suzuki) 10th, with Sete Gibernau (GFH Ducati) and Yuki Takahashi (Scot Honda) lonely in 11th and 12th. James Toseland (Monster Yamaha) held off Alex de Angelis (San Carlo Honda) for 13th: a disconsolate Nicky Hayden (Marlboro Ducati) took the last point after Mika Kallio (Pramac Ducati) retired. It was Rossi’s 64th podium since joining Yamaha, beating the marque’s previous record set by Wayne Rainey. He now has 65 points to Stoner’s 54, with former leader Lorenzo and Pedrosa equal on 41. 25