Casey Stoner wins the Assen TT

Defending world champion Casey Stoner won the Assen TT MotoGP today to move level on points with championship leader Jorge Lorenzo, who crashed out on the first lap. Stoner’s Honda teammate Dani Pedrosa was second and Andrea Dovizioso of Italy overtook last year’s Assen winner, Ben Spies of the United States, on the final lap … [Read the full story]

Stoner goes top with Estoril win

Casey Stoner led wire to wire in Estoril yesterday to take his second win of the season, finally bagging a win at every track on the current MotoGP schedule. The Australian pulled out a 1.6-second lead on the first lap and never relinquished the lead after securing the first position before the second corner of … [Read the full story]

Stoner takes photofinish win for last 2011 GP

Casey Stoner ended his championship year by overtaking Ben Spies down the final straight to win the season-ending Valencia MotoGP today. The world champion, who clinched the title on Oct. 16, finished in 48 minutes, 18.645 seconds. Spies was only 0.015 seconds behind in light rain on the 2.5-mile Comunitat Valenciana Circuit. Stoner split from … [Read the full story]

Stoner Wins At Home To Clinch Second World Title ‎

Casey Stoner capped a memorable 26th birthday by clinching his second MotoGP title with victory at his home race. Australian Stoner only had to finish in the top six to be crowned champion after Jorge Lorenzo was ruled out of the race with a hand injury suffered in a crash in Sunday morning’s warm-up. But … [Read the full story]

Casey Stoner takes pole position in Japan

Casey Stoner produced a stunning late lap to take his 10th pole position of the season in Japan. Jorge Lorenzo looked set to start Sunday’s race from the front until Stoner clocked a lap of one minute 45.267 seconds. Lorenzo will start in second ahead of Stoner’s Repsol Honda team-mate Andrea Dovizioso, with Dani Pedrosa … [Read the full story]

Casey Stoner wins in Motegi

The Ducati Team rider scored back-to-back victories with first place in the Grand Prix of Japan on Sunday. Pole man Andrea Dovizioso finished second whilst Valentino Rossi beat Championship leader Jorge Lorenzo to the final podium spot after an epic battle with his team-mate. Casey Stoner followed up his first win of the season at … [Read the full story]

Dovizioso Gets First Pole On Honda’s Home Track

Andrea Dovizioso (Repsol Honda RC212V) stepped in to fill the void left by injured team-mate Dani Pedrosa to take his first-ever MotoGP pole position on a sunny Saturday afternoon at the the Twin Ring Motegi circuit, Honda’s home track north of Tokyo. Valentino Rossi (Yamaha) was second and Casey Stoner (Ducati) third. Pedrosa was forced … [Read the full story]