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GP Week : Issue 56
>>Moto GPDONINGTON hadn’t used before. Running near the back, as half distance approached he found a rhythm, and was soon fastest on the track, surging through midfield until by lap 21 he found the himself fourth and about to take third off the fading Pedrosa. Head down he kept going, closing on De Puniet, the pair then engaging in a backand-forth battle, on the very edge. It looked as though all three might cross the line side by side … but at the last gasp Dovi managed to stay clear with a maximum-risk lap, while Edwards sneaked under de Puniet through the last corner, claiming second by less than three tenths. Alex De Angelis (San Carlo Honda) was a year’s best fourth after an impressively steady ride. Rossi had rejoined 11th, but soon regained speed to move through to fifth, passing James Toseland (Monster Tech 3 Yamaha) on the last lap. Marco Melandri (Hayate Kawasaki) was seventh, then Niccolò Canepa (Pramac Ducati), Pedrosa and Mika Kallio (Pramac Ducati). Rossi’s luck stretched his points lead again, 187 to Lorenzo’s 162 and Stoner’s 150. Pedrosa is on 115, and Edwards 103, with Pedrosa moving to sixth on 94. 7