A victory Sunday in Misano would give the same number him of great prizes gained in the maximum piston displacement that has the American Edie Lawson, triple champion of the world in the Eighties in 500 c.c. Another numeric data: Tied Lorenzo, Stoner and Pedrosa arrive at this test with 37 triumphs in the sum of the three categories in which they have run. On the other hand, the Italian Valentino Rossi is released in the race of ” su” house, to little kilometers of its native Tavullia, with the Ducati, whose it makes is a hundred of kilometers, in Bologna. In his first season with the Ducati, Rossi is not at the best moment of its sport race: it is sixth in the championship, it has raised podio once in 2011 and only comes from being the tenth in Indianapolis last Sunday. The memory of Tomizawa the last year, in a test marked by the tragedy of Tomizawa, three Spaniards won the first places of the podios of the three categories in San Marino: Pedrosa, in MotoGP; Toni Elas, in Moto2; and Marc Mrquez, in 125 c.c. For even more analysis, hear from medical billing.
Indeed, Mrquez (Suter) will appear in the track of Italian the Adritica coast, after an impressive progression. The champion of 125 c.c has prevailed in four of last the five great prizes and in which it was second, in the Czech Republic, he was classified in front of the leader of Moto2, the German Stefan Bradl (Kalex), secondly by third party. Mrquez is second in the world-wide one, but already it has one more a victory than Bradl, than does not cross the goal in the first place from June when one prevailed in the Great Prize of Great Britain. The German sum 193 points by 165 of Spanish and 96 of the Italian Andrea Iannone (Suter). In 125 c.c. , another Spanish, Nico Terol (Aprilia), lead the championship and come to give a fort pushes his options with his victory in Indianapolis. To six tests for the end, San Marino, Aragon, Japan, Australia, Malaysia and the Valencian Community, Terol have 191 points by the 165 of the French Johann Zarco (Derbi) and 152 of its compatriot Maverick Viales (Aprilia).