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Valencia MotoGP results
AFP
06:33 AEST Mon Nov 12 2012

Collated results of the Valencia motorcycling Grand Prix:

MotoGP

1. Dani Pedrosa (ESP/Honda) 48min 23.819sec, 2. Katsuyuki Nakasuga (JPN/Yamaha) at 37.661s, 3. Casey Stoner (AUS/Honda) 1:00.633, 4. Alvaro Bautista (ESP/Honda) 1:02.811, 5. Michele Pirro (FTR Honda) 1:26.608, 6. Andrea Dovizioso (ITA/Yamaha) 1:30.423, 7. Karel Abraham (CZE/Ducati) 1:31.789, 8. Danilo Petrucci (ITA/Ioda Suter) 1 lap, 9. James Ellison (GBR/Aprilia) 1 lap, 10. Valentino Rossi (ITA/Ducati) 1 lap, 11. Aleix Espargaro (ESP/Aprilia) 1 lap, 12. Randy de Puniet (FRA/Aprilia) 2 laps, 13. Hiroshi Aoyama (JPN/Kawasaki BQR) 2 laps, 14. Colin Edwards (USA/BMW Suter) 3 laps

Moto2

1. Marc Marquez (ESP/Suter) 48min 50.706sec, 2. Julian Simon (ESP/Suter) at 1.256, 3. Nicolas Terol (ESP/Suter) 11.372, 4. Thomas Luthi (SUI/Suter) 13.006, 5. Dominique Aegerter (SUI/Suter) 13.825, 6. Jordi Torres (ESP/Suter) 27.911, 7. Mikka Kallio (FIN/Kalex) 36.338, 8. Pol Espargaro (ESP/Kalex) 38.335, 9. Toni Elias (ESP/Kalex) 39.419, 10. Esteve Rabat (ESP/Kalex) 39.476

Moto3

1. Dany Kent (GBR/KTM) 45min 05.891sec, 2. Sandro Cortese (GER/KTM) at 0.056s, 3. Zulfahmi Khairuddin (MAL/KTM) 0.114, 4. Brzad Binder (RSA/Kalex KTM) 0.431, 5. Hector Faubel (ESP/FTR Honda) 4.371, 6. Louis Rossi (FRA/FTR Honda) 7.605

Final overall riders standings

1. Jorge Lorenzo (ESP/Yamaha) 350 points - champion, 2. Dani Pedrosa (ESP/Honda) 332, 3. Casey Stoner (AUS/Honda) 254, 4. Andrea Dovizioso (ITA/Yamaha) 218, 5. Alvaro Bautista (ESP/Honda) 178, 6. Valentino Rossi (ITA/Ducati) 163, 7. Cal Crutchlow (GBR/Yamaha) 151, 8. Stefan Bradl (GER/Honda) 135, 9. Nicky Hayden (USA/Ducati) 122, 10. Ben Spies (USA/Yamaha) 88, 11. Hector Barbera (ESP/Ducati) 83, 12. Aleix Espargaro (ESP/Aprilia) 74, 13. Randy de Puniet (FRA/Aprilia) 62, 14. Karel Abraham (CZE/Ducati) 59, 15. Michele Pirro (ITA/Honda FTR) 43

Moto2:

1. Marc Marquez (ESP/Suter) 324 points - champion, 2. Pol Espargaro (ESP/Kalex) 268, 3. Andrea Iannone (ITA/Speed Up) 193, 4. Thomas Luthi (SUI/Suter) 190, 5. Scott Redding (GBR/Kalex) 161, 6. Mika Kallio (FIN/Kalex) 128, 7. Esteve Rabat (ESP/Kalex) 114, 8. Dominique Aegerter (SUI/Suter) 110, 9. Bradley Smith (GBR/Tech 3) 109, 10. Johann Zarco (FRA/Motobi) 94

Moto3

1. Sandro Cortese (GER/KTM) 325 points - champion, 2. Luis Salom (ESP/Kalex KTM) 214, 3. Maverick Vinales (ESP/FTR Honda) 207, 4. Danny Kent (GBR/KTM) 154, 5. Alex Rins (ESP/Suter Honda) 141, 6. Romano Fenati (ITA/FTR Honda) 136, 7. Zulfahmi Khairuddin (MAS/KTM) 128, 8. Miguel Oliveira (POR/Suter Honda) 114, 9. Jonas Folger (GER/Kalex KTM) 93, 10. Efren Vazquez (ESP/FTR Honda) 93, 11. Louis Rossi (FRA/FTR Honda) 86, 12. Arthur Sissis (AUS/KTM) 84, 13. Alexis Masbou (FRA/Honda) 81