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2009 Italian motorcycle Grand Prix

The 2009 Italian motorcycle Grand Prix was the fifth round of the 2009 Grand Prix motorcycle racing season. It took place on the weekend of 29–31 May 2009 at the Mugello Circuit. The Moto GP race was won by Casey Stoner with Jorge Lorenzo second and Valentino Rossi in third place.[4] This broke Rossi's sequence of seven consecutive victories at this event. During the weekend, Dani Pedrosa recorded the fastest speed ever for a motorcycle grand prix bike, with 349.3 km/h (217.0 mph) breaking Makoto Tamada's record of 343.7 km/h (213.6 mph) set in 2006.[5] Mika Kallio and Rossi also recorded speeds above the previous benchmark.

Italy  2009 Italian Grand Prix
Race details
Race 5 of 17 races in the
2009 Grand Prix motorcycle racing season
Mugello Racing Circuit track map.svg
Date31 May 2009
Official nameGran Premio d'Italia Alice[1][2][3]
LocationAutodromo Internazionale del Mugello
Course
  • Permanent racing facility
  • 5.245 km (3.259 mi)
MotoGP
Pole position
Rider Spain Jorge Lorenzo
Time 1:48.987
Fastest lap
Rider Italy Valentino Rossi
Time 1:51.186
Podium
First Australia Casey Stoner
Second Spain Jorge Lorenzo
Third Italy Valentino Rossi
250 cc
Pole position
Rider Spain Álvaro Bautista
Time 1:52.804
Fastest lap
Rider Italy Marco Simoncelli
Time 2:05.830
Podium
First Italy Mattia Pasini
Second Italy Marco Simoncelli
Third Spain Álvaro Bautista
125 cc
Pole position
Rider United Kingdom Bradley Smith
Time 1:58.134
Fastest lap
Rider Spain Julián Simón
Time 1:58.744
Podium
First United Kingdom Bradley Smith
Second Spain Nicolás Terol
Third Spain Julián Simón

MotoGP classificationEdit

Pos. No. Rider Team Manufacturer Laps Time/Retired Grid Points
1 27   Casey Stoner Ducati Marlboro Team Ducati 23 45:41.894 2 25
2 99   Jorge Lorenzo Fiat Yamaha Team Yamaha 23 +1.001 1 20
3 46   Valentino Rossi Fiat Yamaha Team Yamaha 23 +2.076 4 16
4 4   Andrea Dovizioso Repsol Honda Team Honda 23 +2.129 7 13
5 65   Loris Capirossi Rizla Suzuki MotoGP Suzuki 23 +3.274 3 11
6 5   Colin Edwards Monster Yamaha Tech 3 Yamaha 23 +24.451 6 10
7 52   James Toseland Monster Yamaha Tech 3 Yamaha 23 +25.621 14 9
8 14   Randy de Puniet LCR Honda MotoGP Honda 23 +26.046 5 8
9 88   Niccolò Canepa Pramac Racing Ducati 23 +31.815 13 7
10 7   Chris Vermeulen Rizla Suzuki MotoGP Suzuki 23 +34.814 11 6
11 33   Marco Melandri Hayate Racing Team Kawasaki 23 +35.090 15 5
12 69   Nicky Hayden Ducati Marlboro Team Ducati 23 +39.122 16 4
13 36   Mika Kallio Pramac Racing Ducati 23 +52.462 17 3
14 24   Toni Elías San Carlo Honda Gresini Honda 23 +52.478 9 2
15 15   Alex de Angelis San Carlo Honda Gresini Honda 22 +1 lap 12 1
Ret 3   Dani Pedrosa Repsol Honda Team Honda 12 Accident 8
Ret 72   Yuki Takahashi Scot Racing Team MotoGP Honda 10 Accident 10
Sources: [6][7][8]

250 cc classificationEdit

Pos. No. Rider Manufacturer Laps Time/Retired Grid Points
1 75   Mattia Pasini Aprilia 21 45:38.391 8 25
2 58   Marco Simoncelli Gilera 21 +0.117 2 20
3 19   Álvaro Bautista Aprilia 21 +1.293 1 16
4 12   Thomas Lüthi Aprilia 21 +24.557 6 13
5 40   Héctor Barberá Aprilia 21 +27.014 3 11
6 4   Hiroshi Aoyama Honda 21 +30.037 4 10
7 6   Alex Debón Aprilia 21 +31.325 5 9
8 55   Héctor Faubel Honda 21 +35.178 13 8
9 35   Raffaele De Rosa Honda 21 +44.856 9 7
10 15   Roberto Locatelli Gilera 21 +46.483 10 6
11 25   Alex Baldolini Aprilia 21 +49.521 17 5
12 63   Mike Di Meglio Aprilia 21 +1:00.539 14 4
13 17   Karel Abraham Aprilia 21 +1:23.730 11 3
14 14   Ratthapark Wilairot Honda 21 +1:25.519 7 2
15 10   Imre Tóth Aprilia 21 +1:30.397 18 1
16 11   Balázs Németh Aprilia 20 +1 lap 22
17 7   Axel Pons Aprilia 20 +1 lap 18
18 8   Bastien Chesaux Honda 20 +1 lap 24
19 53   Valentin Debise Honda 20 +1 lap 20
20 37   Daniel Arcas Aprilia 18 +3 laps 23
Ret 48   Shoya Tomizawa Honda 6 Accident 16
Ret 52   Lukáš Pešek Aprilia 5 Accident 15
Ret 56   Vladimir Leonov Aprilia 4 Retirement 21
Ret 16   Jules Cluzel Aprilia 0 Accident 12
OFFICIAL 250cc REPORT

125 cc classificationEdit

Pos. No. Rider Manufacturer Laps Time/Retired Grid Points
1 38   Bradley Smith Aprilia 20 40:09.523 1 25
2 18   Nicolás Terol Aprilia 20 +0.216 12 20
3 60   Julián Simón Aprilia 20 +7.114 3 16
4 44   Pol Espargaró Derbi 20 +11.829 8 13
5 93   Marc Márquez KTM 20 +12.315 5 11
6 14   Johann Zarco Aprilia 20 +14.605 7 10
7 45   Scott Redding Aprilia 20 +15.305 2 9
8 17   Stefan Bradl Aprilia 20 +22.255 19 8
9 32   Lorenzo Savadori Aprilia 20 +22.392 20 7
10 11   Sandro Cortese Derbi 20 +29.239 9 6
11 33   Sergio Gadea Aprilia 20 +36.359 4 5
12 8   Lorenzo Zanetti Aprilia 20 +36.444 16 4
13 35   Randy Krummenacher Aprilia 20 +36.507 13 3
14 94   Jonas Folger Aprilia 20 +36.581 23 2
15 73   Takaaki Nakagami Aprilia 20 +36.636 22 1
16 12   Esteve Rabat Aprilia 20 +36.834 14
17 61   Luigi Morciano Aprilia 20 +49.870 24
18 24   Simone Corsi Aprilia 20 +50.419 11
19 77   Dominique Aegerter Derbi 20 +1:05.900 18
20 51   Riccardo Moretti Aprilia 20 +1:06.019 21
21 64   Davide Stirpe Honda 20 +1:20.225 26
22 69   Lukáš Šembera Aprilia 20 +1:21.946 25
23 53   Jasper Iwema Honda 20 +1:43.074 30
24 63   Gennaro Sabatino Aprilia 19 +1 lap 29
25 10   Luca Vitali Aprilia 19 +1 lap 33
26 62   Alessandro Tonucci Aprilia 19 +1 lap 27
Ret 87   Luca Marconi Aprilia 12 Retirement 32
Ret 99   Danny Webb Aprilia 8 Accident 10
Ret 29   Andrea Iannone Aprilia 5 Retirement 6
Ret 6   Joan Olivé Derbi 5 Accident 17
Ret 7   Efrén Vázquez Derbi 5 Accident 15
Ret 71   Tomoyoshi Koyama Loncin 2 Retirement 28
Ret 5   Alexis Masbou Loncin 1 Retirement 31
DNQ 5   Cameron Beaubier KTM Did not qualify
OFFICIAL 125cc REPORT

Championship standings after the race (MotoGP)Edit

Below are the standings for the top five riders and constructors after round five has concluded.[9]

  • Note: Only the top five positions are included for both sets of standings.

ReferencesEdit

  1. ^ "2009 Italian MotoGP". Motorpsortmagazine.com. 13 June 2017. Retrieved 18 May 2018.
  2. ^ Mitchell, Malcolm. "2009 MotoGP Class (FIM Grand Prix World Championship) Programmes - The Motor Racing Programme Covers Project". www.progcovers.com.
  3. ^ Mitchell, Malcolm. "Mugello - The Motor Racing Programme Covers Project". Progcovers.com. Retrieved 18 May 2018.
  4. ^ "Stoner triumphs in Mugello epic". BBC Sport. BBC. 2009-05-31. Archived from the original on 2 June 2009. Retrieved 2009-06-02.
  5. ^ "Pedrosa's 217mph top speed record confirmed". crash.net. Crash Media Group. 2009-06-03. Archived from the original on 6 June 2009. Retrieved 2009-06-04.
  6. ^ "2009 Italian MotoGP - Motor Sport Magazine Database". 13 June 2017.
  7. ^ "Classification" (PDF). resources.motogp.com. 2009.
  8. ^ "motogp.com · GRAN PREMIO D'ITALIA ALICE · MotoGP Race Classification 2009". www.motogp.com.
  9. ^ "Standings" (PDF). resources.motogp.com. 2009. Retrieved 2019-08-24.


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