Unpredictable Result, On Sachsenring German

The Repsol Honda rider Dani Pedrosa successfully and wins in Moto GP Sachsenring German.On second place Loris Capirossi the Ducati Riders up on Podium. Then On third Podium, the Repsol Honda rider Nicky Hayden with 41:16.771.

The Fiat Yamaha rider slid off on the fifth lap while trying to overtake Randy de Puniet's Kawasaki for sixth place. The Italian ended up on the gravel, tried to restart his bike but couldn't and retired. He now lies 31 points behind Stoner which ailed to capitalise, in fifth in sweltering conditions.

Pedrosa made a perfect start from second on the grid to take the lead at the first turn. He was followed by Stoner, who on the third lap attempted a passing manoeuvre on the Spaniard but instead went wide and slotted back again into second.

On the same lap Carlos Checa fell off his Honda LCR but managed to retake the track. The next lap saw Rizla Suzuki's Chris Vermeulen forced to have a ride-through from 15th place for jumping the start.

When Rossi retired from the race, Stoner seemed content with his second place. He kept Honda Gresini's Marco Melandri behind for 15 laps, but on lap 20 the Italian was all over him, making two unsuccessful overtaking attempts.

Capirossi, who was right behind Melandri, decided to take two birds with one stone by overtaking Stoner and Melandri in just one move for second place at the first corner on lap 21.

The next two laps saw Stoner dropping to fifth place by being passed first by Melandri and then by Repsol Honda's Nicky Hayden.

The reigning world champion had a fine race from 14th place and immediately started making up positions. He was seventh by lap 15 and ultimately finished in third place, 16 seconds behind his winning teammate.

Fiat Yamaha's Colin Edwards also had a good race that saw him following Hayden throughout, with the former starting in 13th place and ending up fourth.

Rizla Suzuki's John Hopkins finished seventh, followed by Anthony West on Kawasaki, Alex Hofmann on the d'Antin Ducati, and Michel Fabrizio - standing in for Toni Elias at Honda Gresini - rounding up the top ten.

Pedrosa was overwhelmed after taking his first victory in more than a year.

"I'm so happy," he told BBC Sport. "I want to thank all the team. I feel great and this is a result I want to give to all the fans who have supported me."

Capirossi, who has been linked with a move away from Ducati, secured his best finish of the season.

His high finish was all the more surprising given that other riders using Bridgestone tyres struggled.

"I wouldn't say it was easy but I made a different choice of tyres to the other Bridgestone riders," said the 34-year-old.

"It was really difficult because the temperature was so hot. At the beginning, I just tried not to do too much and it turned out to be a great race for me."

On his Ducati future, he added: "I expect some answers from Ducati because I've been with them a long time."

 Pos  Rider             Bike      Time
 1.  Daniel Pedrosa    Honda     41:53.196
 2.  Loris Capirossi   Ducati    +  13.166
 3.  Nicky Hayden      Honda     +  16.771
 4.  Colin Edwards     Yamaha    +  18.299
 5.  Casey Stoner      Ducati    +  31.426
 6.  Marco Melandri    Honda     +  31.917
 7.  John Hopkins      Suzuki    +  33.395
 8.  Anthony West      Kawasaki  +  41.194
 9.  Alex Hofmann      Ducati    +  43.214
10.  Michel Fabrizio   Honda     +  44.459
11.  Chris Vermeulen   Suzuki    +1:01.894
12.  Kurtis Roberts    KR        +1:10.721
13.  Makoto Tamada     Yamaha    +  2 laps
14.  Carlos Checa      Honda     +  3 laps

 Not classified:
      Rider             Bike      Laps
     Randy de Puniet   Kawasaki  29
     Shinya Nakano     Honda     19
     Alex Barros       Ducati    9
     Valentino Rossi   Yamaha    5
     Sylvain Guintoli  Yamaha    3


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