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Pedrosa moves clear with dominant win

Pedrosa moves clear with dominant win

Pedrosa moves clear with dominant win

Dani Pedrosa strengthened his grip on the 250cc World Championship with the third win of his rookie season in a dominant performance. The young Spaniard took the lead on the second lap and immediately set a lightening pace to break up a tight lead group, with only Sebastian Porto able to give chase.

Toni Elias crashed out as he also tried to push, leaving a fight for the final podium position between Alex De Angelis, Roby Rolfo, Hiroshi Aoyama and Randy De Puniet. Pedrosa's pace was too hot for Porto and the pair both ran solitary races to the top two positions, with De Angelis sealing his first podium position in the class ahead of Aoyama.

Fifth place for De Puniet means he now lies 25 points adrift of Pedrosa in the championship, with Porto a further 22 points behind in third.

Tags:
250cc, 2004, VELTINS MOTORRAD GP DEUTSCHLAND, RAC

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