Just as I was gloating over Jorge Lorenzo, it seems he’s gone off and won a Grand Prix. Fending off countryman Dani Pedrosa for the victory at the Portuguese Grand Prix. Perhaps Michelin have the upper edge so far but it seems that Jorge is a large part of his own success as well. I wonder what Rossi is thinking now? Be sure to listen to Grace’s review on Podcast #48 for more detail.

Pos Rider Bike Time
1. Jorge Lorenzo Yamaha (M) 45:53.089
2. Dani Pedrosa Honda (M) + 1.817
3. Valentino Rossi Yamaha (B) + 12.723
4. Colin Edwards Yamaha (M) + 17.223
5. John Hopkins Kawasaki (B) + 23.752
6. Casey Stoner Ducati (B) + 26.688
7. James Toseland Yamaha (M) + 32.631
8. Chris Vermeulen Suzuki (B) + 36.382
9. Loris Capirossi Suzuki (B) + 38.268
10. Shinya Nakano Honda (B) + 39.476
11. Alex de Angelis Honda (B) +1:01.306
12. Toni Elias Ducati (B) +1:03.867
13. Marco Melandri Ducati (B) +1:09.525
14. Sylvain Guintoli Ducati (B) +1:09.634
15. Randy de Puniet Honda (M) +1:11.542
16. Anthony West Kawasaki (B) +1:23.629

Retirements:

Rider Bike Laps
Nicky Hayden Honda (M) 16
Andrea Dovizioso Honda (M) 15

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