MotoGP 2012: Australian Grand Prix – Race Result

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 2012 AirAsia Australian Grand Prix: Race Result (27 Laps)
Pos Rider Bike Team Time/Gap
1  Casey Stoner Honda Repsol Honda Team 41:03.324
2  Jorge Lorenzo Yamaha Yamaha Factory Racing +9.223
3  Cal Crutchlow Yamaha Monster Yamaha Tech 3 +14.570
4  Andrea Dovizioso Yamaha Monster Yamaha Tech 3 +23.303
5  Alvaro Bautista Honda San Carlo Honda Gresini +23.432
6  Stefan Bradl Honda LCR Honda +23.467
7  Valentino Rossi Ducati Ducati Team +37.113
8  Nicky Hayden Ducati Ducati Team +38.387
9  Karel Abraham Ducati Cardion AB Motoracing +52.613
10  Aleix Espargaro ART Power Electronics Aspar Team +1:00.299
11  Randy de Puniet ART Power Electronics Aspar Team +1:00.342
12  Hector Barbera Ducati Pramac Racing Team +1:21.951
13  Danilo Petrucci Ioda-Suter Came Ioda Racing Project +1:27.857
14  Michele Pirro FTR San Carlo Honda Gresini +1 Lap
15  Ivan Silva BQR Avintia Blusens +1 Lap
Not Classified
   Roberto Rolfo ART Speed Master +9 Laps
   Colin Edwards Suter NGM Mobile Forward Racing +21 Laps
   James Ellison ART Paul Bird Motorsports +22 Laps
   Dani Pedrosa Honda Repsol Honda Team +26 Laps
Non Starter
   Kris McLaren BQR Avintia Blusens DNQ
Lap Leaders: Pedrosa (1), Stoner (2-27)


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