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After 1st race in Qatar (Losail)

Position / Rider / Bike / Nationality / Points

1 / Valentino ROSSI / Yamaha / ITA / 25
2 / Jorge LORENZO / Yamaha / SPA / 20
3 / Andrea DOVIZIOSO / Honda / ITA / 16
4 / Nicky HAYDEN / Ducati / USA / 13
5 / Ben SPIES / Yamaha / USA / 11
6 / Randy DE PUNIET / Honda / FRA / 10
7 / Dani PEDROSA / Honda / SPA / 9
8 / Colin EDWARDS / Yamaha / USA / 8
9 / Loris CAPIROSSI / Suzuki / ITA / 7
10 / Hiroshi AOYAMA / Honda / JPN / 6
11 / Marco SIMONCELLI / Honda / ITA / 5
12 / Hector BARBERA / Ducati / SPA / 4
13 / Marco MELANDRI / Honda / ITA / 3
 

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After 2nd race in Spain (Jerez)

Position / Rider / Bike / Nationality / Points

1 / Jorge LORENZO / Yamaha / SPA / 45
2 / Valentino ROSSI / Yamaha / ITA / 41
3 / Dani PEDROSA / Honda / SPA / 29
4 / Andrea DOVIZIOSO / Honda / ITA / 26
5 / Nicky HAYDEN / Ducati / USA / 26
6 / Randy DE PUNIET / Honda / FRA / 17
7 / Colin EDWARDS / Yamaha / USA / 12
8 / Casey STONER / Ducati / AUS / 11
9 / Ben SPIES / Yamaha / USA / 11
10 / Marco MELANDRI / Honda / ITA / 11
11 / Marco SIMONCELLI / Honda / ITA / 10
12 / Mika KALLIO / Ducati / FIN / 9
13 / Hiroshi AOYAMA / Honda / JPN / 8
14 / Loris CAPIROSSI / Suzuki / ITA / 7
15 / Hector BARBERA / Ducati / SPA / 7
16 / Alvaro BAUTISTA / Suzuki / SPA / 6
17 / Aleix ESPARGARO / Ducati / SPA / 1
 

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After 3rd race in France (LeMans)

Position / Rider / Bike / Nationality / Points

1 / Jorge LORENZO / Yamaha / SPA / 70
2 / Valentino ROSSI / Yamaha / ITA / 61
3 / Andrea DOVIZIOSO / Honda / ITA / 42
4 / Dani PEDROSA / Honda / SPA / 40
5 / Nicky HAYDEN / Ducati / USA / 39
6 / Randy DE PUNIET / Honda / FRA / 26
7 / Marco MELANDRI / Honda / ITA / 21
8 / Colin EDWARDS / Yamaha / USA / 16
9 / Marco SIMONCELLI / Honda / ITA / 16
10 / Hector BARBERA / Ducati / SPA / 15
11 / Hiroshi AOYAMA / Honda / JPN / 13
12 / Mika KALLIO / Ducati / FIN / 12
13 / Casey STONER / Ducati / AUS / 11
14 / Ben SPIES / Yamaha / USA / 11
15 / Aleix ESPARGARO / Ducati / SPA / 8
16 / Loris CAPIROSSI / Suzuki / ITA / 7
17 / Alvaro BAUTISTA / Suzuki / SPA / 6
 

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After 4th race in Italy (Mugello)

Position / Rider / Bike / Nationality / Points

1 / Jorge LORENZO / Yamaha / SPA / 90
2 / Dani PEDROSA / Honda / SPA / 65
3 / Valentino ROSSI / Yamaha / ITA / 61
4 / Andrea DOVIZIOSO / Honda / ITA / 58
5 / Nicky HAYDEN / Ducati / USA / 39
6 / Randy DE PUNIET / Honda / FRA / 36
7 / Marco MELANDRI / Honda / ITA / 32
8 / Casey STONER / Ducati / AUS / 24
9 / Marco SIMONCELLI / HondaITA / 23
10 / Ben SPIES / Yamaha / USA / 20
11 / Hector BARBERA / Ducati / SPA / 19
12 / Colin EDWARDS / Yamaha / USA / 19
13 / Hiroshi AOYAMA / Honda / JPN / 18
14 / Aleix ESPARGARO / Ducati / SPA / 16
15 / Loris CAPIROSSI / Suzuki / ITA / 13
16 / Mika KALLIO / Ducati / FIN / 12
17 / Alvaro BAUTISTA / Suzuki / SPA / 8

Looks like the next few races will be between Lorenzo and Pedrosa since Rossi will be out at least 4 races after fracturing his right tibia. Video of the high side in practice on Saturday that caused him to not start the race in Mugello:
[ame=http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=vsizLwehunk]YouTube - MotoGP Champion Valentino Rossi crashes in 2010 Italian GP[/ame]
 

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After 5th race in Great Britain (Silverstone)

Position / Rider / Bike / Nationality / Points

1 / Jorge LORENZO / Yamaha / SPA / 115
2 / Andrea DOVIZIOSO / Honda / ITA / 78
3 / Dani PEDROSA / Honda / SPA / 73
4 / Valentino ROSSI / Yamaha / ITA / 61
5 / Nicky HAYDEN / Ducati / USA / 52
6 / Randy DE PUNIET / Honda / FRA / 46
7 / Ben SPIES / Yamaha / USA / 36
8 / Casey STONER / Ducati / AUS / 35
9 / Marco MELANDRI / Honda / ITA / 32
10 / Marco SIMONCELLI / Honda / ITA / 32
11 / Colin EDWARDS / Yamaha / USA / 26
12 / Hector BARBERA / Ducati / SPA / 24
13 / Aleix ESPARGARO / Ducati / SPA / 22
14 / Hiroshi AOYAMA / Honda / JPN / 18
15 / Mika KALLIO / Ducati / FIN / 15
16 / Loris CAPIROSSI / Suzuki / ITA / 13
17 / Alvaro BAUTISTA / Suzuki / SPA / 12

Probably the best race of the season. Jorge Lorenzo led the whole way, and after about the first 10 laps they stopped showing him. The camera for the majority of the race was focused on the 2nd-5th place battle.
After a HORRIBLE start and being sent all the way into last place, Casey Stoner fought back and finished in 5th place.
In the closing laps, it was a battle for 2nd and 3rd between Dovizioso, Hayden and Spies. When they crossed the start/finish line for the last time, it was Lorenzo 1st, Dovizioso 2nd, Spies 3rd and and unlucky 4th for Nicky Hayden who has finished 4th AGAIN (4th time in the 5 races that have been raced so far, the other race was a DNF for Hayden when he crashed out in Italy).
Spies finally got his 1st podium finish in only his 5th MotoGP race and with that finish it launched him into 7th place in points standings from being in 10th place after the last race.
Rossi might be back as early as the race in Brno but that all depends on how he's healing up and how he's gonna be feeling. Obviously, he won't be in contention for winning the season, but it will be good to see The Doctor back on the bike.
 

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After 5th race in Great Britain (Silverstone)

Position / Rider / Bike / Nationality / Points

1 / Jorge LORENZO / Yamaha / SPA / 115
2 / Andrea DOVIZIOSO / Honda / ITA / 78
3 / Dani PEDROSA / Honda / SPA / 73
4 / Valentino ROSSI / Yamaha / ITA / 61
5 / Nicky HAYDEN / Ducati / USA / 52
6 / Randy DE PUNIET / Honda / FRA / 46
7 / Ben SPIES / Yamaha / USA / 36
8 / Casey STONER / Ducati / AUS / 35
9 / Marco MELANDRI / Honda / ITA / 32
10 / Marco SIMONCELLI / Honda / ITA / 32
11 / Colin EDWARDS / Yamaha / USA / 26
12 / Hector BARBERA / Ducati / SPA / 24
13 / Aleix ESPARGARO / Ducati / SPA / 22
14 / Hiroshi AOYAMA / Honda / JPN / 18
15 / Mika KALLIO / Ducati / FIN / 15
16 / Loris CAPIROSSI / Suzuki / ITA / 13
17 / Alvaro BAUTISTA / Suzuki / SPA / 12

Probably the best race of the season. Jorge Lorenzo led the whole way, and after about the first 10 laps they stopped showing him. The camera for the majority of the race was focused on the 2nd-5th place battle.
After a HORRIBLE start and being sent all the way into last place, Casey Stoner fought back and finished in 5th place.
In the closing laps, it was a battle for 2nd and 3rd between Dovizioso, Hayden and Spies. When they crossed the start/finish line for the last time, it was Lorenzo 1st, Dovizioso 2nd, Spies 3rd and and unlucky 4th for Nicky Hayden who has finished 4th AGAIN (4th time in the 5 races that have been raced so far, the other race was a DNF for Hayden when he crashed out in Italy).
Spies finally got his 1st podium finish in only his 5th MotoGP race and with that finish it launched him into 7th place in points standings from being in 10th place after the last race.
Rossi might be back as early as the race in Brno but that all depends on how he's healing up and how he's gonna be feeling. Obviously, he won't be in contention for winning the season, but it will be good to see The Doctor back on the bike.
Well Yamaha's always go well in my back yard as YMUK throw £'s at it but the final standings will be good ... (Standings I'm talking US ! lol)
 
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