The GP of Japan dominates the Spanish, Pedrosa enjoys a triumph

MOTEGI – Dominoes of Spanish riders have ended the MotoGP class. Winner of Dani Pedrosa in Honda, Jorge Lorenzo (Jamah) and Alvaro Bautista (Honda). However, Jorge Lorenzo is at the forefront of the classification.

“It was a difficult race because it was very fast,” Pedrosa said. “From the beginning, I tried to live with the motorcycle because we had technical problems on Saturday,” added the winner of the Grand Prix of Japan.

The Moto2 class was dominated by Spain’s Marc Marquez (Suter), Pol Espargaro and Esteve Rabat both at Kalex.

Brit Danny Kent won KTM in Moto3.In second and third place Honda Maverick Vinales from Spain and Alessandro Tonaci from Italy finished the team.

MotoGP: 1. Dani Pedrosa (Spain / Honda) 42: 31,569 2. Jorge Lorenzo (Sp. / Jamaha) 42: 35,844 3. Alvaro Bautista (Spaniel / Honda) 42: 38,321 4. Andrea Dovizioso (Tal./Jamaha) 42: 47,966 5. Casey Stoner (Austr./ Honda) 42: 52,135 6 (15/18): 1. Lorenzo 310, 2. Pedrosa 282, 3. Stoner 197, 4 (Danish Kent) (V.Brit./KTM) 40: 6. Valentino Rossi (Tal./Ducati) 137

Moto3: 2: 0, Alessandro Tonucci (Tal./Honda) 40: 05,127, 4. Alex Rins (Spaniel / Honda) 40: 06,179, 5.Zulfahmi Khairuddin (Malay / KTM) 40: 06,420, 6. Sandro Cortese (Nem./KTM) 40: 16,169
overall ranking (after 14 of 17):
1. Cortese 255, 2. Vinales 199, 3. Luis Salom (Spanish / Kalex) 194, 4. Romano Fenati (Tal./Honda) 126, 5. Rins 119, 6. Kent 108

Moto2 Marc Marquez 42: 56,171 2. Pol Espargaro 42: 56,586 3. Esteve Rabat (Spale / Kalex) 43: 05,755 4. Scott Redding (V. Brit. / Kalex) 43: 07,240, 5. Thomas Lüthi (Swiss / Suter) 43: 07,766, 6. Simone Corsi (Tal./FTR) 43: 14,554
overall ranking (14/17): 1. Marquez 283, 2. Espargaro 230, 3. Andrea Iannone (Tal./Speed ​​Up) 178, 4. Lüthi 177, 5. Redding 144, 6. Mika Kallio (Finland / Kalex) 110