Moto GP – Valentino Rossi wins the Czech Grand Prix

Italian Yamaha racer Valentino Rossi won the last Moto GP Grand Prix in the Czech Republic after defeating Ducati driver Casey Stoner despite the Australian good performance. Toni Elías, who was also second in the Ducati racing, was a sensational race.

With this result Rossi gives twenty-five extra points to his name and now has fifty points from Australian Stoner, with only six races until the end of the championship.

The other two strong rivals are the Spaniards; Jorge Lorenzo (Yamaha) and Dani Pedrosa (Honda), who were not in a very impressive race and scored tenth and fifteen positions. Unfortunately this year Pedrosa will not win this year's title. Another unexpected ending was Andrea Dovizioso (Honda) who finished ninth.

The Czech Grand Prix was considered a new chapter in the fight, both of them competing for Stoner and Rossi a few weeks ago in Laguna Seca. At the end of the pole, Stoner quickly took advantage of Rossi who led a small group behind him, including John Hopkins (Kawasaki) and Anthony West (Kawasaki), Chris Vermeulen (Suzuki) and Pedrosa.

In the third round Elías reached eighth position while Pedrosa started to miss the ninth place and in the next round Stoner could not keep up with the paste and felt behind the group situation that he liked for Rossi. a seven-second advantage.

In the fifth round, Pedrosa was already in place and was in thirteen places. The race peaked only seconds after Stoner lost control of the motorcycle, which fell to the ground. His action to continue racing and his motorcycle on the track was aware that the right side of the steering wheel had broken and had to retreat. Rossi advised his crew that Stoner was no longer behind him, and he was completely the number himself.

In the remainder of the race, the competitor Toni Elías showed great speed to reach the second place and keep it until the end of the race; This was undoubtedly an unforgivable weekend for the young rider. Meanwhile, Randy de Puniet also faced mechanical problems and was eventually completed.

Italian Valentino Rossi currently has 237 points for the Moto GP world championship, then defending champion, Australian driver Casey Stoner, who is also one of the most beloved to win the title. Spanish Dani Pedrosa remained in third place with 172 points and Jorge Lorenzo in fourth place with 120 points. Despite the fact that the championship is not over yet, we can see how the pieces stand when we begin to see what the next world champion will be.

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