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MotoGP: Stoner Wins In Japan, Closes Second Place Gap to Pedrosa

Casey Stoner won an exciting Japanese motoGP which had plenty of action, especially for third place, which was taken by Rossi, just behind Dovizioso.

With Pedrosa out, the start was rather unpredictable, but Dovizioso followed the tactics of his teammate and got out of the first corner in first position. Stoner moved up to second, with Rossi in third and Lorenzo in fourth.

Admittedly, I wasn't expecting Dovizioso to win, but I was expecting Lorenzo to take the victory on the first turn. However, an okay start led him behind Rossi, which was going to be bad for his race.

However, in the second corner Stoner got ahead of Dovizioso, and Lorenzo went past Rossi. Spies was overtaken by Simoncelli and Capirossi, before going ...

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