05/09/10 - 13:00
San Marino Grand Prix
Misano World Circuit Marco Simoncelli • Race


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TRAGIC NEWS: Shoya Tomizawa has died from injuries sustained in a crash during the Moto2 race. The news is filtering through parc ferme and completely overshadows events in the main MotoGP race.


DANI PEDROSA WINS! Flawless display from the Spaniard. Lorenzo second, Rossi third, Dovizioso fourth and Casey Stoner fifth.


Dani Pedrosa is cruising to victory here - just over a lap to go. Supreme performance by the Honda man.


Dovizioso is dropping further off Rossi - he might have a fuel issue? But it seems Rossi's podium finish is secured.


Lorenzo is cutting into Pedrosa's lead, but not fast enough to threaten for the win. Four seconds the hap now.


Dovizioso's challenge might just be fading. Seven tenths now the difference between Rossi and his countryman.


Rossi continues to fend off Dovizioso, but otherwise there is not much action at the business end, with the positions looking pretty settled.


A very sensible race from Jorge Lorenzo, who is riding to a solitary second place. Another step towards the world title.


Unfortunately, the latest on Shoya Tomizawa is that he is in a very serious condition following his crash in the Moto2 race.


Elsewhere there is a good battle for ninth between Barbera, Melandri and Espargaro, with De Puniet and Aoyama not far back.


Dovizioso is all over the back wheel of Rossi... The Doctor making his Yamaha as wide as possible.


Randy De Puniet is shoved off the track by Bautista, rides over a tarmac run-off area and rejoins at pace...


Pedrosa's lead has levelled off at about five seconds - no real need for the race leader to push any harder.


Dovizioso closes in on Rossi now, and has his sights set on a podium finish.


How they stand: 1-Pedrosa, 2-Lorenzo, 3-Rossi, 4-Dovizioso, 5-Stoner, 6-Spies, 7-Edwards, 8-De Puniet, 9-Barbera, 10-Melandri.


A Tech 3 civil war breaks out as Ben Spies elbows his way past Colin Edwards! He takes sixth place.


Casey Stoner has dropped to fifth place behind Andrea Dovizioso - is there a problem with the Australian's Ducati?


Dani Pedrosa's lead is now up to a massive 4.6 seconds from Lorenzo, who is a further two seconds clear of Rossi in third.


Rossi tries again, and this time he makes the move stick! Superb move from the world champion.


Rossi darts up the inside of Stoner, but the Australian holds his line and re-takes third place!


Not much overtaking here. Pedrosa and Lorenzo are comfortable in first and second, and Stoner is holding Rossi off with some ease.


Fastest lap Pedrosa, a 1:34.4. Although the gap to Lorenzo has stabilised at about two seconds.


Hayden tried to continue after that first-lap incident but his gear shift is broken and his hopes of limping round to a points finish are over.


How they stand: 1-Pedrosa, 2-Lorenzo, 3-Stoner, 4-Rossi, 5-Dovizioso, 6-Simoncelli, 7-Edwards, 8-De Puniet, 9-Melandri, 10-Spies.


Pedrosa's gap up to 1.8 seconds and nobody has an answer to the Repsol Honda's pace.


Pedrosa is over a second clear of Lorenzo, who has a massive championship lead and won't mind losing five points to his fellow Spaniard.


Rossi is all over the back of Stoner - this could be a fun battle.


Pedrosa leads and is putting the hammer down. he leads from Lorenzo, Stoner and Rossi - no change from grid positions.


GOOOOOO!!! AND THERE IS A CRASH ON LAP ONE!! Capirossi and Hayden down! Both riders OK.


Grid: 1-Pedrosa, 2-Lorenzo, 3-Stoner, 4-Rossi, 5-Spies, 6-De Puniet, 7-Edwards, 8-Dovizioso, 9-Simoncelli, 10-Melandri, 11-Capirossi, 12-Barbera, 13-Aoyama, 14-Hayden, 15-Esapargaro, 16-Bautista, 17-Kallio.


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