Malaysian Motorcycle Grand Prix

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Australian MotoGP class World Champion Casey Stoner from the Ducati
Marlboro Team (front) leads a pack of riders as they clear a corner
during the Malaysian Grand Prix on the Sepang International Circuit,
21 October 2007.

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Australian MotoGP class World Champion Casey Stoner from the Ducati
Marlboro Team (front) leads Spain’s Dano Pedrosa from the Repsol
Honda Team (26), France’s Randy de Puniet from Kawasaki Racing Team
(14) and Italian Marco Melandri from the Honda Gresini Team (33) as
they clear a corner during the Malaysian Grand Prix on the Sepang
International Circuit.

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Australian MotoGP class World Champion Casey Stoner from the Ducati
Marlboro Team clears a corner during the Malaysian Grand Prix on the
Sepang International Circuit.

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Australian rider Casey Stoner of Ducati leans to a corner during the
Malaysian Grand Prix on the Sepang International Circuit, 21 October
2007.

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Spain‘s Dani Pedrosa of Repsol Honda takes a corner during during the
Malaysian Grand Prix on the Sepang International Circuit, 21 October
2007.

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Australian rider Casey Stoner waves to fans on his Ducati after
winning the Malaysian Motorcycle Grand Prix at the Sepang
International Racing Circuit, 21 October 2007. Australian world
champion Casey Stoner claimed his 10th MotoGP victory at the
Malaysian Grand Prix.

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Australian rider Casey Stoner of Ducati celebrates after winning the
Malaysian Motorcycle Grand Prix at the Sepang International Racing
Circuit, 21 October 2007. Australian world champion Casey Stoner
claimed his 10th MotoGP victory.

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Malaysian Motorcycle Grand Prix winner Australian rider Casey Stoner
of Ducati (center), with second-placed Italian Marco Melandri (left)
of Honda and third-placed Spanish rider Dani Pedrosa of Honda
(behind), spray champagne on each other on the winner’s podium at the
Sepang International Circuit, 21 October 2007. Australian world
champion Casey Stoner, riding a Ducati, claimed his 10th MotoGP
victory.

This is what Hopkins predicted when he had an interview by Star reporter on 18-10-2007 before the Motorcycle Grand Prix

“It has not been a good year for Rossi. He has a very good record in Sepang but I don’t think it will be the Rossi show again,” said the 24-year-old Hopkins.

“The man to beat here is Casey Stoner, who I think has been in superb form. It is all about the young riders doing the job these days and I think what riders like Casey achieved is just good for the sport.”

And He is right Casey Stoner is the champion……More

Malaysian Motorcycle Grand Prix results and standings

All pictures are taken by Glenn Guan, the sport photographer for The Star. Thanks for his sharing with us.

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and felt at the moment of exposure” – Ansel Adams

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3 responses to “Malaysian Motorcycle Grand Prix

  1. stoner menang lagi ..

  2. Motogp46 and AllSportBlog
    Thanks for dropping by to comment..He won in British GP lately.
    Australian rider Casey Stoner is my favarite now..
    He is young and promissing…

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