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GP Week : Issue 83
Moto GP RACE >> his third fourth place in a row. Marco Melandri (San Carlo Honda), using Showa suspension for the first time, had his best race of the year, dropping back from this group by the end, but comfortably clear of fellow satellite-team rider Randy de Puniet (LCR Honda). A gang disputed eighth, narrowly won by Hector Barbera (Paginas Amarillas Aspar Ducati) from Aleix Espargaro (Pramac Ducati), Marco Simoncelli (San Carlo Honda) and Hiro Aoyama (Interwetten Honda). Colin Edwards (Monster Tech 3 Yamaha) dropped off the back of this group by the end; a long way back Mika Kallio, injured in a heavy practice fall, brought the second Pramac Ducati home for some points. Ben Spies (Monster Tech 3 Yamaha) and Loris Capirossi (Rizla Suzuki) joined Stoner on the crash list early on. There may be 14 races to go but the championship is already looking like a two- man Yamaha fight. Lorenzo has 70 points and Rossi 61. Dovizioso is third on 42, then Pedrosa (40), Hayden (39) and de Puniet (26). 25