Dani Pedrosa appear very impressive to win the German GP Sunday 07.17.2011. Repsol Honda rider beat the two toughest rivals, the Yamaha rider Jorge Lorenzo, and his teammate, Casey Stoner, who successively behind it.
Thus, Pedrosa is now back up to reveal the title of the world. Spanish rider who had missed three races due to a shoulder injury right now collecting a total of 94 points, while Stoner was still firmly on top of which stood at 168 points, followed by Lorenzo with 153 points.
Now, Pedrosa went up two strips into the top five standings. He is just four points from the Ducati rider, Valentino Rossi, who this time must be satisfied to finish in ninth.
The race story
Lorenzo, who admitted that race at the Sachsenring circuit is going to bring the fight exciting, starting with a good race. When the red light goes out, world champion in 2010 was immediately preceded the winning top position Stoner, and Pedrosa, who started from second place.
Meanwhile, teammate, Ben Spies, the trio followed the Honda, which was predicted would be the closest competitors in the ninth race of this series. In the rear sector, Valentino Rossi, who started from the 16th is slowly improving its position because it can occupy the position of 10. However, the performance is very disappointing GP11.1 Ducati makes "The Doctor" can only compete in the back row.
The remaining 21 laps during the race, Stoner took over the course of the race, and seems to be able to maintain that position. 2007 world champion looks comfortable, even though Lorenzo and Pedrosa continues to pose a threat. However, his position began to shake it by Lorenzo, who could then be preceded, followed by Pedrosa. Pedrosa maintains his position as leader of the race until the race 13 laps remaining.
However, Lorenzo made a small mistake when crossing the start / finish. The opportunity was utilized very well by Pedrosa to take over the course of the race, and he never touched again since that time. Even when the race five laps remaining, he widens the gap with Stoner, Lorenzo became 0.613 seconds.
If Pedrosa, who has fond memories at the Sachsenring, already safe in the front, then another case with the competition for second place. Stoner and Lorenzo take action of overtaking, the peak occurs before the finish. Yamaha champion managed to overtake Stoner and able to maintain his position to touch the finish line.
So also in tow, the three Repsol Honda rider Andrea Dovizioso, was able to improve his position to finish in fourth place. Italian rider Marco Simoncelli beat, which should settle for finishing in sixth, after he followed Spies, followed by Alvaro Bautista (Rizla Susuki), and the duo Ducati, Nicky Hayden and Valentino Rossi.
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With this result, Pedrosa prove his assertion that the Sachsenring will benefit because more twists to the left, and thus his right shoulder that required surgery for a broken collarbone will be more "rest". He also adds the German Grand Prix winning record to three times in the last five years, once scored a second victory in the 2011 season.
After the race at the Sachsenring, the rider immediately prepare for the tenth series at Laguna Seca, United States, which will take place next week, Sunday (07/24/2011). United States Grand Prix marks the end of the first round so there is a break for over half a month.
- German GP Results
1. Dani Pedrosa Repsol Honda ESP 41m 12.482s
2. Jorge Lorenzo Yamaha ESP Factory Racing 41m 13.959s
3. Casey Stoner AUS Honda Repsol 41m 14.050s
4. Andrea Dovizioso ITA Repsol Honda 41m 22.995s
5. Ben Spies USA Yamaha Factory Racing 41m 23.201s
6. Marco Simoncelli ITA San Carlo Honda Gresini 41m 23.405s
7. Alvaro Bautista ESP Rizla Suzuki 41m 39.933s
8. Nicky Hayden USA Ducati Marlboro 41m 39.992s
9. Valentino Rossi ITA Ducati Marlboro 41m 40.058s
10. Colin Edwards USA Tech 3 Yamaha Monster 41m 45.973s
11. Hector Barbera ESP Mapfre Aspar 41m 51.426s
12. Karel Abraham CZE Cardion AB Motoracing 41m 51.630s
13. Randy de Puniet FRA Pramac Racing 41m 51.897s
14. Cal Crutchlow GBR Tech 3 Yamaha Monster 41m 51.959s
15. Hiroshi Aoyama JPN San Carlo Honda Gresini 42m 6.998s
16. Toni Elias Honda ESP LCR 42m 24.817s
17. Sylvain Guintoli FRA Pramac Racing 41m 28.441s
1. Casey Stoner 168
2. Jorge Lorenzo 153
3. Andrea Dovizioso 132
4. Valentino Rossi 98
5. Dani Pedrosa 94
6. Ben Spies 85
7. Nicky Hayden 85
8. Marco Simoncelli 60
9. Colin Edwards 59
10. Hiroshi Aoyama 57
11. Hector Barbera 49
12. Karel Abraham 41
13. Alvaro Bautista 39
14. Toni Elias 35
15. Cal Crutchlow 34
16. Loris Capirossi 22
17. Randy de Puniet 15
18. Johns Hopkins 6
19. Kousuke Akiyoshi 3