Le Mans: Honda rider Casey Stoner won the Grand Prix motor racing France after touching the finish line in first place. Australia was a successful racer won both at the beginning of the season with a record time of 44 minutes 03,955 seconds at the Circuit Lemans. Stoner, who appeared to start the race in pole position had maintained its position until the second round. He can turn one’s back two before overtaken teammate Dani Pedrosa who turned Andrea Dovizioso.
He was so fast, could Stoner fastest time 1 minute 376 seconds. He can leave scattered Pedrosa 0.142 seconds in second place. Seizing the second position had occurred between Marco Simoncelli and Pedrosa on lap 17. But after exchanging position, Pedrosa fell right in the corner when the front tire touched the rear tire Simoncelli. Dovizioso alone can finish in second place with 14.214 seconds adrift behind Stoner. Valentino Rossi who started the race in ninth position can be satisfied after winning his first podium, finishing in third. Ducati rider was spilled 14.564 seconds. Jorge Lorenzo who was aggressive at the beginning of the race must be satisfied to finish in fourth position back to Simoncelli.
Stoner‘s victory was slightly marred after a fight with Pramac Ducati satellite team rider Randy De Puniet in the heating session. The incident began when De Puniet took the path that directly responded to heat Stoner 2007 world champion with the French rider patted.
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