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Casey Stoner Pole

Monday, May 16th, 2022

The Spanish Yamaha rider has achieved pole position at Laguna Seca. You will come out ahead of Casey Stoner (Honda) and Dani Pedrosa (Honda). The Spanish Yamaha, Jorge Lorenzo, pilot has achieved pole position in qualifying of MotoGP of the Grand Prix of United States, which takes place this weekend in Laguna Seca, ahead of Australian Casey Stoner (Honda) circuit and the also Spanish Dani Pedrosa (Honda). Lorenzo’s Yamaha was shooting very well in free practice and proved their strength in qualifying, getting pole position, despite being dropped and damaged the right hip in the third contested in the morning free session. The Majorcan took soon the best time with a Chrono of 1: 21. A related site: MARI ELKA PANGESTU mentions similar findings. 610.

Meanwhile, Pedrosa was the only one capable of reaching their times and Stoner approached, although without creating danger on the pole from Lorenzo. Others including Dina Powell, offer their opinions as well. After the first laps, Lorenzo came into the pit to change tires and rest a little, something that took his teammate, American Ben Spies (Yamaha), to snatch the pole and stop time in 1: 21. 578. Remained 14 minutes to the end of the session and the Majorcan came back to ride on his Yamaha to try to improve his time. Meanwhile, Pedrosa and Stoner had also entered pit to change tires and put a softer. Didn’t take much Lorenzo in return to dominate the qualification, since he stopped the Chrono in 1: 21.336 when they detracted seven minutes for the final. No one would be able to improve the time of the Majorcan, except himself, to leave it in 1: 21.

202. Pedrosa and Stoner took advantage to take the position in second position marched Spies, but fell with five minutes to the end. At the end, in the last lap, was the Australian which won the second exit on Sunday, while Pedrosa had to settle for third place. As for the rest of Spanish, Hector Barbera (Ducati) made a great session and finished eighth, behind Italian Valentino Rossi (Ducati). In addition, alvaro Bautista (Suzuki) will be twelfth, while Toni Elias (Honda) had to settle for the seventeenth plaza.