MotoGP Race And Practice Results

Valencia Post Race Test - Day 1 Times

Rider Team Fastest Lap Total Laps
1 Casey Stoner Ducati Marlboro 1'32.348 26
2 Nicky Hayden Repsol Honda 1'33.176 26
3 Chris Vermeulen Rizla Suzuki 1'33.186 49
4 Loris Capirossi Rizla Suzuki 1'33.266 34
5 Dani Pedrosa Repsol Honda 1'33.387 35
6 Toni Elias Pramac d'Antin 1'33.508 42
7 Randy de Puniet Honda LCR 1'33.563 59
8 Shinya Nakano Honda Gresini 1'33.901 46
9 John Hopkins Kawasaki 1'34.277 43
10 Jorge Lorenzo Fiat Yamaha 1'34.330 50
11 Sylvain Guintoli Pramac d'Antin 1'34.367 45
12 Marco Melandri Ducati Marlboro 1'34.433 44
13 Alex de Angelis Honda Gresini 1'34.471 47
14 Andrea Dovizioso JiR Team Scot 1'34.760 48
15 Nobu Aoki Rizla Suzuki 1'35.564 48
16 Olivier Jacque Kawasaki 1'35.727 50
17 Vittoriano Guareschi Ducati Marlboro 1'36.115 29
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Times From First Test For '08 - Valencia Post-Race Test - UPDATED

Finally, after an endless day and a half of waiting since the 2007 season finished, the 2008 season has finally begun! This afternoon, the teams and riders rolled out of their pit boxes to test their new machinery, and in several cases, their new teams, for the start of the '08 pre-season. The Italian site GPone.com has images and times from the first half of the test on their website.

Times taken at 3pm CET.

Casey Stoner Ducati 1'32:393
Nicky Hayden Honda 1'33:176
Chris Vermeulen Suzuki 1'33:634
Loris Capirossi Suzuki 1'33:669
Toni Elias Ducati 1'33:911
Shinya Nakano Honda 1'34:561
Randy De Puniet Honda 1'34:804
Dani Pedrosa Honda 1'34:926
John Hopkins Kawasaki 1'35:128
Marco Melandri Ducati 1'35:267
Sylvain Guintoli Ducati 1'35:695
Olivier Jacque Kawasaki 1'36:034
Nobuatsu Aoki Suzuki 1'36:826
Alex De Angelis Honda 1'36:934
Jorge Lorenzo Yamaha 1'37:115
Andrea Dovizioso Honda 1'37:255

~~~ UPDATED ~~~

Times taken at 3pm CET.

Casey Stoner Ducati 1'32:348
Nicky Hayden Honda 1'33:176
Chris Vermeulen Suzuki 1'33:186
Dani Pedrosa Honda 1'33:629
Loris Capirossi Suzuki 1'33:669
Toni Elias Ducati 1'33:853
Randy De Puniet Honda 1'33:881
John Hopkins Kawasaki 1'34:277
Shinya Nakano Honda 1'34:511
Marco Melandri Ducati 1'34:978
Sylvain Guintoli Ducati 1'35:047
Andrea Dovizioso Honda 1'35:156
Jorge Lorenzo Yamaha 1'35:206
Nobuatsu Aoki Suzuki 1'36:826
Olivier Jacque Kawasaki 1'35:822
Alex De Angelis Honda 1'35:927
Vittoriano Guareschi Ducati 1'36:727
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2007 Valencia MotoGP Race Results

1 26 Dani PEDROSA HONDA 46'43.533
2 27 Casey STONER DUCATI 46'48.980 5.447
3 21 John HOPKINS SUZUKI 47'03.937 20.404
4 33 Marco MELANDRI HONDA 47'08.360 24.827
5 65 Loris CAPIROSSI DUCATI 47'09.337 25.804
6 71 Chris VERMEULEN SUZUKI 47'09.395 25.862
7 4 Alex BARROS DUCATI 47'13.003 29.470
8 1 Nicky HAYDEN HONDA 47'13.866 30.333
9 14 Randy DE PUNIET KAWASAKI 47'14.428 30.895
10 24 Toni ELIAS HONDA 47'14.563 31.030
11 50 Sylvain GUINTOLI YAMAHA 47'22.296 38.763
12 7 Carlos CHECA HONDA 47'26.039 42.506
13 5 Colin EDWARDS YAMAHA 47'30.105 46.572
14 56 Shinya NAKANO HONDA 47'33.753 50.220
15 6 Makoto TAMADA YAMAHA 47'40.412 56.879
16 13 Anthony WEST KAWASAKI 47'58.902 1'15.369
Not Classified
46 Valentino ROSSI YAMAHA 30'32.477 11 laps
80 Kurtis ROBERTS KR212V 16'15.099 20 laps
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2007 Valencia Qualifying Practice Result - Day 2

After yesterday's dominant performance by Casey Stoner during the first two free practice sessions, the expectation was that the pattern we've seen all year would continue, with Stoner going fastest during (almost) every session. We were, however, in for a surprise. For a start, it was not Stoner who as fastest in the morning session, but the surprising Frenchman Sylvain Guintoli, and during the afternoon qualifying practice, Stoner was very far from having it his own way.

In previous sessions, Stoner would set a fast time early on, and just keep getting quicker and quicker, but on Saturday afternoon, it was John Hopkins who put in the first seriously quick time, putting in a lap of 1'33.004 just over 7 minutes into the session. Hopkins' time would stand for a while, until 20 minutes in, a slew of riders started getting into their rhythm.

Meanwhile, the drama was less about lap times than injuries, as Valentino Rossi crashed heavily, breaking three bones in his hand, leaving the Italian ex champion uncertain of racing tomorrow. Rossi was later joined in the Clinica Mobile by Chaz Davies, who crashed in exactly the same spot as Friday, the twin right handers of turns 4 and 5, exacerbating the hand injuries he suffered the day before.

Kawasaki's Randy de Puniet was the first to improve on Hopper's time, cracking into the 1'32 bracket after 20 minutes, with Dani Pedrosa beating his time 5 minutes later. But Pedrosa would only hold provisional pole for 30 seconds, as it was Sylvain Guintoli who powered over the line on the first of his qualifying tires on a lap of 1'32.821. Guintoli's provisional pole was similarly short-lived, with Randy de Puniet snatching back pole with the first of his qualifying tires in a time of 1'32.497.

With 17 minutes left in the session, Guintoli took pole back once again, using the advantage offered by Dunlop not be fettered by the tire restrictions, set fast lap after fast lap on qualifying tires, setting a time of 1'32.444. A few minutes later, he improved on his time again, cutting his time down to 1'32.188, a time that was looking like it could be good enough for the front row.

But the rest of the grid were in action now as well, and the session ended in one of the most exciting races for pole we have seen all season. First, Nicky Hayden, who had been struggling for grip all weekend, used the second of his qualifying tires to fall just short of Guintoli's time and take 2nd spot. A minute later, his team mate Dani Pedrosa went one better, setting the fastest time of the day so far, with a 1'32.128, only to see his time beaten by 3/100ths of a second by Casey Stoner, who at that point had dropped all the way down to 12th position.

The French were not to be outdone, though, as Randy de Puniet became the first man to crack the 1'31 barrier with just 5 minutes to go, his time looking very strong indeed. It was strong enough to hang on to pole for three minutes, but that was not long enough. Nicky Hayden was the first man to take pole away from the Kawasaki rider, taking 6/100ths off de Puniet's time.

But Hayden would not enjoy his pole for long. Seconds later, Casey Stoner stamped his authority on the proceedings once again, smashing Hayden's time by over three tenths of a second, with a lap of 1'31.603. But as fast as Stoner was, it would not be fast enough, as Dani Pedrosa snatched the pole half a minute later to uproarious cheers from the home crowd, setting a fastest lap of 1'31.517. It was Pedrosa's 4th pole in a row, and a sign that the Honda is starting to catch up. Pedrosa is joined on the front row by Casey Stoner on the Ducati, and Pedrosa's Repsol Honda team mate Nicky Hayden.

The race now looks like it could be an exciting affair, as there are a gaggle of riders all running similar times, low 1'33s and high 1'32s. Two of those men, Stoner and Pedrosa, are on the front row of the grid, but the rest, including Marco Melandri and Alex Barros, are much further down, in 10th and 12th respectively. If the Italian and the Brazilian can get a good start, and catch the leaders early on, the race could end up being very close indeed.

1 26 Dani PEDROSA HONDA 1'31.517
2 27 Casey STONER DUCATI 1'31.603 0.086 0.086
3 1 Nicky HAYDEN HONDA 1'31.903 0.386 0.300
4 14 Randy DE PUNIET KAWASAKI 1'31.963 0.446 0.060
5 50 Sylvain GUINTOLI YAMAHA 1'32.074 0.557 0.111
6 6 Makoto TAMADA YAMAHA 1'32.151 0.634 0.077
7 21 John HOPKINS SUZUKI 1'32.165 0.648 0.014
8 65 Loris CAPIROSSI DUCATI 1'32.261 0.744 0.096
9 7 Carlos CHECA HONDA 1'32.273 0.756 0.012
10 33 Marco MELANDRI HONDA 1'32.367 0.850 0.094
11 71 Chris VERMEULEN SUZUKI 1'32.617 1.100 0.250
12 4 Alex BARROS DUCATI 1'32.714 1.197 0.097
13 56 Shinya NAKANO HONDA 1'32.730 1.213 0.016
14 24 Toni ELIAS HONDA 1'32.790 1.273 0.060
15 5 Colin EDWARDS YAMAHA 1'33.021 1.504 0.231
16 13 Anthony WEST KAWASAKI 1'33.231 1.714 0.210
17 46 Valentino ROSSI YAMAHA 1'33.290 1.773 0.059
18 80 Kurtis ROBERTS KR212V 1'33.431 1.914 0.141
19 57 Chaz DAVIES DUCATI 1'34.436 2.919 1.005

Circuit Records:

Fastest Lap: Dani PEDROSA 1'31.517 157.544 Km/h
Circuit Record Lap: 2006 Loris CAPIROSSI 1'32.924 155.159 Km/h
Circuit Best Lap: 2006 Valentino ROSSI 1'31.002 158.436 Km/h
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2007 Valencia Qualifying Practice Result - Day 2

After yesterday's dominant performance by Casey Stoner during the first two free practice sessions, the expectation was that the pattern we've seen all year would continue, with Stoner going fastest during (almost) every session. We were, however, in for a surprise. For a start, it was not Stoner who as fastest in the morning session, but the surprising Frenchman Sylvain Guintoli, and during the afternoon qualifying practice, Stoner was very far from having it his own way.

In previous sessions, Stoner would set a fast time early on, and just keep getting quicker and quicker, but on Saturday afternoon, it was John Hopkins who put in the first seriously quick time, putting in a lap of 1'33.004 just over 7 minutes into the session. Hopkins' time would stand for a while, until 20 minutes in, a slew of riders started getting into their rhythm.

Meanwhile, the drama was less about lap times than injuries, as Valentino Rossi crashed heavily, breaking three bones in his hand, leaving the Italian ex champion uncertain of racing tomorrow. Rossi was later joined in the Clinica Mobile by Chaz Davies, who crashed in exactly the same spot as Friday, the twin right handers of turns 4 and 5, exacerbating the hand injuries he suffered the day before.

Kawasaki's Randy de Puniet was the first to improve on Hopper's time, cracking into the 1'32 bracket after 20 minutes, with Dani Pedrosa beating his time 5 minutes later. But Pedrosa would only hold provisional pole for 30 seconds, as it was Sylvain Guintoli who powered over the line on the first of his qualifying tires on a lap of 1'32.821. Guintoli's provisional pole was similarly short-lived, with Randy de Puniet snatching back pole with the first of his qualifying tires in a time of 1'32.497.

With 17 minutes left in the session, Guintoli took pole back once again, using the advantage offered by Dunlop not be fettered by the tire restrictions, set fast lap after fast lap on qualifying tires, setting a time of 1'32.444. A few minutes later, he improved on his time again, cutting his time down to 1'32.188, a time that was looking like it could be good enough for the front row.

But the rest of the grid were in action now as well, and the session ended in one of the most exciting races for pole we have seen all season. First, Nicky Hayden, who had been struggling for grip all weekend, used the second of his qualifying tires to fall just short of Guintoli's time and take 2nd spot. A minute later, his team mate Dani Pedrosa went one better, setting the fastest time of the day so far, with a 1'32.128, only to see his time beaten by 3/100ths of a second by Casey Stoner, who at that point had dropped all the way down to 12th position.

The French were not to be outdone, though, as Randy de Puniet became the first man to crack the 1'31 barrier with just 5 minutes to go, his time looking very strong indeed. It was strong enough to hang on to pole for three minutes, but that was not long enough. Nicky Hayden was the first man to take pole away from the Kawasaki rider, taking 6/100ths off de Puniet's time.

But Hayden would not enjoy his pole for long. Seconds later, Casey Stoner stamped his authority on the proceedings once again, smashing Hayden's time by over three tenths of a second, with a lap of 1'31.603. But as fast as Stoner was, it would not be fast enough, as Dani Pedrosa snatched the pole half a minute later to uproarious cheers from the home crowd, setting a fastest lap of 1'31.517. It was Pedrosa's 4th pole in a row, and a sign that the Honda is starting to catch up. Pedrosa is joined on the front row by Casey Stoner on the Ducati, and Pedrosa's Repsol Honda team mate Nicky Hayden.

The race now looks like it could be an exciting affair, as there are a gaggle of riders all running similar times, low 1'33s and high 1'32s. Two of those men, Stoner and Pedrosa, are on the front row of the grid, but the rest, including Marco Melandri and Alex Barros, are much further down, in 10th and 12th respectively. If the Italian and the Brazilian can get a good start, and catch the leaders early on, the race could end up being very close indeed.

1 26 Dani PEDROSA HONDA 1'31.517
2 27 Casey STONER DUCATI 1'31.603 0.086 0.086
3 1 Nicky HAYDEN HONDA 1'31.903 0.386 0.300
4 14 Randy DE PUNIET KAWASAKI 1'31.963 0.446 0.060
5 50 Sylvain GUINTOLI YAMAHA 1'32.074 0.557 0.111
6 6 Makoto TAMADA YAMAHA 1'32.151 0.634 0.077
7 21 John HOPKINS SUZUKI 1'32.165 0.648 0.014
8 65 Loris CAPIROSSI DUCATI 1'32.261 0.744 0.096
9 7 Carlos CHECA HONDA 1'32.273 0.756 0.012
10 33 Marco MELANDRI HONDA 1'32.367 0.850 0.094
11 71 Chris VERMEULEN SUZUKI 1'32.617 1.100 0.250
12 4 Alex BARROS DUCATI 1'32.714 1.197 0.097
13 56 Shinya NAKANO HONDA 1'32.730 1.213 0.016
14 24 Toni ELIAS HONDA 1'32.790 1.273 0.060
15 5 Colin EDWARDS YAMAHA 1'33.021 1.504 0.231
16 13 Anthony WEST KAWASAKI 1'33.231 1.714 0.210
17 46 Valentino ROSSI YAMAHA 1'33.290 1.773 0.059
18 80 Kurtis ROBERTS KR212V 1'33.431 1.914 0.141
19 57 Chaz DAVIES DUCATI 1'34.436 2.919 1.005

Circuit Records:

Fastest Lap: Dani PEDROSA 1'31.517 157.544 Km/h
Circuit Record Lap: 2006 Loris CAPIROSSI 1'32.924 155.159 Km/h
Circuit Best Lap: 2006 Valentino ROSSI 1'31.002 158.436 Km/h
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2007 Valencia FP3 Times - Day 2

1 50 Sylvain GUINTOLI YAMAHA 1'32.670
2 27 Casey STONER DUCATI 1'33.132 0.462 0.462
3 26 Dani PEDROSA HONDA 1'33.236 0.566 0.104
4 4 Alex BARROS DUCATI 1'33.239 0.569 0.003
5 33 Marco MELANDRI HONDA 1'33.240 0.570 0.001
6 65 Loris CAPIROSSI DUCATI 1'33.407 0.737 0.167
7 14 Randy DE PUNIET KAWASAKI 1'33.487 0.817 0.080
8 21 John HOPKINS SUZUKI 1'33.505 0.835 0.018
9 5 Colin EDWARDS YAMAHA 1'33.518 0.848 0.013
10 71 Chris VERMEULEN SUZUKI 1'33.569 0.899 0.051
11 46 Valentino ROSSI YAMAHA 1'33.580 0.910 0.011
12 24 Toni ELIAS HONDA 1'33.757 1.087 0.177
13 6 Makoto TAMADA YAMAHA 1'33.988 1.318 0.231
14 1 Nicky HAYDEN HONDA 1'34.006 1.336 0.018
15 56 Shinya NAKANO HONDA 1'34.258 1.588 0.252
16 13 Anthony WEST KAWASAKI 1'34.327 1.657 0.069
17 80 Kurtis ROBERTS KR212V 1'34.487 1.817 0.160
18 57 Chaz DAVIES DUCATI 1'34.960 2.290 0.473

Carlos Checa missed the session, as the Spaniard was taken to hospital yesterday after feeling unwell. A scan revealed no problems, but left Checa unable to take part in this morning's session.

Circuit Records:

Fastest Lap: Sylvain GUINTOLI 1'32.670 155.584 Km/h
Circuit Record Lap: 2006 Loris CAPIROSSI 1'32.924 155.159 Km/h
Circuit Best Lap: 2006 Valentino ROSSI 1'31.002 158.436 Km/h
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2007 Valencia FP2 Times - Day 1

The first day of the last race weekend of the season looks as familiar as ever. Casey Stoner dominated both sessions of practice setting the fastest time in the morning and in the afternoon. Stoner even came within a whisker of hitting last year's lap record pace, finishing just a couple of hundredths slower.

There were differences with earlier in the year, however, and those differences give those hoping for an exciting race something to cheer about. Where in the cool of the morning session, Stoner was fastest by a significant margin, during the afternoon, when temperatures reached something likely to resemble conditions on race day, Dani Pedrosa was setting times which matched Stoner's laps reasonably closely. For once, Stoner was not streets ahead of the rest of the field.

Marco Melandri was nearly as fast as Pedrosa, also stringing consistently fast laps together in the afternoon, and looks like being a force on Sunday. But between Stoner in 1st and Pedrosa in 3rd, the surprising name in 2nd position was Sylvain Guintoli. The young Frenchman undoubtedly set his fastest time of the afternoon on qualifying tires, for as a Dunlop rider, Guintoli is not constrained by the tire limits imposed on Bridgestone and Michelin rider, but prior to setting his fast time, he was still capable of running consistent high 1'33 lap times, which looks good enough to take him well inside the top 10 on race day.

Behind Vermeulen, who was nearly 2/10ths off Melandri's time, the field is very tight indeed, with less than 2/10ths separating 5th to 10th place. Most disappointed of those runners must be Valentino Rossi, running times which are basically still half a second shy of what he will need to contest the lead on Sunday. Tomorrow will bring another chance to close the deficit to Stoner, Pedrosa and Melandri.

Unluckiest rider of the weekend was probably Chaz Davies, struggling during the morning before having a very big crash at the end of the first session. Initially, it was feared he could have broken bones in his feet and hands, but x-rays showed that he was only badly bruised. More worrying was that Davies was complaining of pain in his lower back, but scans at the hospital at Valencia failed to detect any problems, and Davies returned to the track in the afternoon, though too late and in no shape to take any part in the proceedings.

1 27 Casey STONER DUCATI 1'32.968
2 50 Sylvain GUINTOLI YAMAHA 1'33.084 0.116 0.116
3 26 Dani PEDROSA HONDA 1'33.150 0.182 0.066
4 33 Marco MELANDRI HONDA 1'33.319 0.351 0.169
5 71 Chris VERMEULEN SUZUKI 1'33.501 0.533 0.182
6 14 Randy DE PUNIET KAWASAKI 1'33.519 0.551 0.018
7 4 Alex BARROS DUCATI 1'33.541 0.573 0.022
8 46 Valentino ROSSI YAMAHA 1'33.620 0.652 0.079
9 1 Nicky HAYDEN HONDA 1'33.650 0.682 0.030
10 21 John HOPKINS SUZUKI 1'33.680 0.712 0.030
11 7 Carlos CHECA HONDA 1'33.831 0.863 0.151
12 6 Makoto TAMADA YAMAHA 1'33.899 0.931 0.068
13 5 Colin EDWARDS YAMAHA 1'33.972 1.004 0.073
14 65 Loris CAPIROSSI DUCATI 1'34.000 1.032 0.028
15 24 Toni ELIAS HONDA 1'34.218 1.250 0.218
16 56 Shinya NAKANO HONDA 1'34.352 1.384 0.134
17 13 Anthony WEST KAWASAKI 1'34.413 1.445 0.061
18 80 Kurtis ROBERTS KR212V 1'35.335 2.367 0.922

Circuit Records:

Fastest Lap: Casey STONER 1'32.968 155.085 Km/h
Circuit Record Lap: 2006 Loris CAPIROSSI 1'32.924 155.159 Km/h
Circuit Best Lap: 2006 Valentino ROSSI 1'31.002 158.436 Km/h
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2007 Valencia FP1 Times - Day 1

1 27 Casey STONER DUCATI 1'33.083
2 33 Marco MELANDRI HONDA 1'33.762 0.679 0.679
3 26 Dani PEDROSA HONDA 1'33.881 0.798 0.119
4 4 Alex BARROS DUCATI 1'33.979 0.896 0.098
5 71 Chris VERMEULEN SUZUKI 1'34.059 0.976 0.080
6 46 Valentino ROSSI YAMAHA 1'34.102 1.019 0.043
7 1 Nicky HAYDEN HONDA 1'34.226 1.143 0.124
8 65 Loris CAPIROSSI DUCATI 1'34.242 1.159 0.016
9 5 Colin EDWARDS YAMAHA 1'34.259 1.176 0.017
10 21 John HOPKINS SUZUKI 1'34.315 1.232 0.056
11 7 Carlos CHECA HONDA 1'34.324 1.241 0.009
12 24 Toni ELIAS HONDA 1'34.363 1.280 0.039
13 50 Sylvain GUINTOLI YAMAHA 1'34.420 1.337 0.057
14 6 Makoto TAMADA YAMAHA 1'34.549 1.466 0.129
15 14 Randy DE PUNIET KAWASAKI 1'34.563 1.480 0.014
16 56 Shinya NAKANO HONDA 1'34.577 1.494 0.014
17 13 Anthony WEST KAWASAKI 1'35.000 1.917 0.423
18 57 Chaz DAVIES DUCATI 1'35.029 1.946 0.029
19 80 Kurtis ROBERTS KR212V 1'35.404 2.321 0.375

Circuit Records:

Fastest Lap: Casey STONER 1'33.083 154.894 Km/h
Circuit Record Lap: 2006 Loris CAPIROSSI 1'32.924 155.159 Km/h
Circuit Best Lap: 2006 Valentino ROSSI 1'31.002 158.436 Km/h
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2007 Sepang MotoGP Race Results

1 27 Casey STONER DUCATI 43'04.405
2 33 Marco MELANDRI HONDA 43'06.106 1.701
3 26 Dani PEDROSA HONDA 43'06.731 2.326
4 14 Randy DE PUNIET KAWASAKI 43'08.170 3.765
5 46 Valentino ROSSI YAMAHA 43'09.178 4.773
6 24 Toni ELIAS HONDA 43'22.072 17.667
7 71 Chris VERMEULEN SUZUKI 43'25.355 20.950
8 21 John HOPKINS SUZUKI 43'26.603 22.198
9 1 Nicky HAYDEN HONDA 43'26.855 22.450
10 5 Colin EDWARDS YAMAHA 43'34.151 29.746
11 65 Loris CAPIROSSI DUCATI 43'39.328 34.923
12 4 Alex BARROS DUCATI 43'40.072 35.667
13 9 Nobuatsu AOKI SUZUKI 43'48.518 44.113
14 7 Carlos CHECA HONDA 43'48.891 44.486
15 13 Anthony WEST KAWASAKI 43'54.063 49.658
16 56 Shinya NAKANO HONDA 43'56.131 51.726
17 57 Chaz DAVIES DUCATI 44'03.310 58.905
18 6 Makoto TAMADA YAMAHA 44'04.001 59.596
19 50 Sylvain GUINTOLI YAMAHA 44'27.524 1'23.119
20 80 Kurtis ROBERTS KR212V 44'55.365 1'50.960
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2007 Sepang Qualifying Practice Result - Day 2

1 26 Dani PEDROSA HONDA 2'01.877
2 27 Casey STONER DUCATI 2'01.918 0.041 0.041
3 33 Marco MELANDRI HONDA 2'01.944 0.067 0.026
4 14 Randy DE PUNIET KAWASAKI 2'02.107 0.230 0.163
5 13 Anthony WEST KAWASAKI 2'02.202 0.325 0.095
6 1 Nicky HAYDEN HONDA 2'02.225 0.348 0.023
7 71 Chris VERMEULEN SUZUKI 2'02.301 0.424 0.076
8 24 Toni ELIAS HONDA 2'02.432 0.555 0.131
9 46 Valentino ROSSI YAMAHA 2'02.466 0.589 0.034
10 21 John HOPKINS SUZUKI 2'02.697 0.820 0.231
11 65 Loris CAPIROSSI DUCATI 2'02.708 0.831 0.011
12 4 Alex BARROS DUCATI 2'03.022 1.145 0.314
13 5 Colin EDWARDS YAMAHA 2'03.040 1.163 0.018
14 56 Shinya NAKANO HONDA 2'03.233 1.356 0.193
15 50 Sylvain GUINTOLI YAMAHA 2'03.408 1.531 0.175
16 7 Carlos CHECA HONDA 2'03.525 1.648 0.117
17 57 Chaz DAVIES DUCATI 2'04.197 2.320 0.672
18 6 Makoto TAMADA YAMAHA 2'04.314 2.437 0.117
19 9 Nobuatsu AOKI SUZUKI 2'04.604 2.727 0.290
20 80 Kurtis ROBERTS KR212V 2'05.404 3.527 0.800

Circuit Records:

Fastest Lap: Dani PEDROSA 2'01.877 163.876 Km/h
Circuit Record Lap: 2006 Loris CAPIROSSI 2'02.127 163.541 Km/h
Circuit Best Lap: 2006 Valentino ROSSI 2'00.605 165.605 Km/h
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