Dani Pedrosa dominated the 30 lap German Grand Prix and obtained Honda’s first ever 800cc with advantage of over 13 seconds, this being the biggest official dry victory margin.
Dani, who had qualified second fastest, powered into the lead from Stoner at the start and simply outclassed all-comers at a sun-baked Sachsenring in front of 101,000 fans here on race day. Equally encouraging was the strong showing from Marco Melandri (Gresini Honda RC212V) who finished fifth after running as high (...)
Casey Stoner qualified in the pole position for the German Grand Prix. The leader of the championship set a time of 1:22.384 with his Marlboro Ducati.
Dani Pedros, finished the qualifying session on the second place with his Repsol Honda after he overtook Marco Melandri on his Honda Gresini.
Randy de Puniet finished on the 4th place with his Kawasaki, but ended disastrously the session when he crashed against the barriers after a run through a gravel trap.
John Hokins qualified his Rizla (...)