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MotoGP 2011: Australian Grand Prix – Race Result

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Casey Stoner - Photo Credit: MotoGP.com


Iveco Australian Grand Prix – Race Result (27 Laps)

Pos Rider Nat Bike Team Time/Gap Pts
1 Casey Stoner AUS Honda Repsol Honda Team 42:02.425 25
2 Marco Simoncelli ITA Honda San Carlo Honda Gresini +2.210 20
3 Andrea Dovizioso ITA Honda Repsol Honda Team +2.454 16
4 Dani Pedrosa SPA Honda Repsol Honda Team +13.160 13
5 Colin Edwards USA Yamaha Monster Yamaha Tech 3 +30.886 11
6 Randy de Puniet FRA Ducati Pramac Racing Team +48.800 10
7 Nicky Hayden USA Ducati Ducati Team +1:16.314 9
8 Toni Elias SPA Honda LCR Honda MotoGP +1 Lap 8
9 Loris Capirossi ITA Ducati Pramac Racing Team +1 Lap 7
10 Karel Abraham CZE Ducati Cardion AB Motoracing +2 Laps 6
Not Classified
Hiroshi Aoyama JAP Honda San Carlo Honda Gresini +4 Laps
Cal Crutchlow GBR Yamaha Monster Yamaha Tech 3 +4 Laps
  Alvaro Bautista SPA Suzuki Rizla Suzuki MotoGP +4 Laps
  Valentino Rossi ITA Ducati Ducati Team +14 Laps
Non Starters
Jorge Lorenzo SPA Yamaha Yamaha Factory Racing Injured
Ben Spies USA Yamaha Yamaha Factory Racing Injured
Damian Cudlin AUS Ducati Mapfre Aspar Team MotoGP Injured

 

 Lap Leaders: Stoner (1-27)

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