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Stoner wins dramatic Valencia GP at the line, Dovizioso seals third in the Championship


World Champion Casey Stoner could not have finished the season any better, after winning the final race of the season in Valencia in spectacular fashion in a race to the line with Ben Spies. read more »

Stoner clinches 12th and final pole of the season for Repsol Honda

Thursday, 1, January 1970

Casey Stoner took his 12th pole of the season in the final race of the 2011 World Championship in Valencia, with Dani Pedrosa in second place and Andrea Dovizioso, eighth.

Positive start for the Repsol Honda Team in wet Valencia

Thursday, 1, January 1970

The final round of the 2011 MotoGP World Championship kicked off today under difficult conditions at the Ricardo Tormo circuit in Valencia.

Repsol Honda Team head to Valencia for emotional season finale

Thursday, 1, January 1970

The Repsol Honda Team heads to Valencia for the last round of the MotoGP World Championship 2011.

Pedrosa takes pole as Repsol Honda Team dominates front row

Thursday, 1, January 1970

The Repsol Honda Team could not have asked for a better qualifying session in the Malaysian Grand Prix after all three riders took front row spots in a very demanding and intense session.

Repsol Honda Team dominates first day

Thursday, 1, January 1970

The Repsol Honda Team clearly dominated the first day of free practice in the Malaysian Grand Prix, with Dani Pedrosa leading the way.

Repsol Honda head to Malaysia as World Champions

Thursday, 1, January 1970

After a fantastic weekend in Australia, where they took both the Rider's and Constructor's Championships, the Repsol Honda Team are en route to Malaysia for the penultimate round of the 2011 Moto GP World Championship.

Casey Stoner: An interview with the World Champion

Thursday, 1, January 1970

The 2011 MotoGP World Champion speaks to following victory in his home race in Australia, which secured him his second premier class title.

Stoner wins World Championship in all Honda podium

Thursday, 1, January 1970

Repsol Honda's Casey Stoner has clinched the 2011 MotoGP World Championship title 2011 with a superb victory in the Australian Grand Prix, in front of 43,880 spectators who cheered him on his way to his ninth win of the season and the first World title for Honda in the 800cc era.

A Champion in profile: Casey Stoner

Thursday, 1, January 1970

Casey Stoner’s second MotoGP title could not have been achieved in more fitting circumstances, after the Repsol Honda rider secured the 2011 crown on the day of his 26th birthday and at his home race, the Iveco Australian Grand Prix.

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Repsol Honda Team Information:

Repsol Honda is the official factory team of Repsol YPF and the Honda Racing Corporation in the MotoGP World Championship and has had a presence in the premier class since 1995. Run by HRC Vice President Shuhei Nakamoto, it is the biggest team in the paddock – the only one with three riders.

For the 2011 season, the outfit fields Dani Pedrosa for his sixth year with the team after moving from the 250cc class in 2006. Andrea Dovizioso is facing his third season with the Repsol Honda Team in his fourth year in MotoGP. Casey Stoner made his return to Honda in 2011 to be part of the factory Team after having spent four seasons with Ducati Corse, where he won the 2007 World championship.

Team Management

    Andrea Dovizioso Crew

    • Francesco FavaElectronics Engineer
    • Andrea ZugnaData Analyst
    • Mark LloydChief Mechanic
    • Katsuhiko ImaiMechanic
    • Yuji KikuchiMechanic
    • David GutierrezMechanic
    • Fabio RovelliMechanic
    • Teruaki MatsubaraTechnical Staff

    Dani Pedrosa Crew

    • Toshio IshikuraElectronics Engineer
    • José Manuel AllendeData Analyst
    • Christophe LeonceChief Mechanic
    • Emanuel BuchnerMechanic
    • Masashi OgoMechanic
    • Mark BarnettMechanic
    • John EyreMechanic
    • Takeo YokohamaTechnical Staff

    Casey Stoner Crew

    • Carlo LuzziElectronics Engineer
    • Giulio NavaData Analyst
    • Bruno LeoniChief Mechanic
    • Roberto ClericiMechanic
    • Andrea BrunettiMechanic
    • Lorenzo GagniMechanic
    • Filippo BrunettiMechanic
    • Norihisa MatsuuraTechnical Staff
    • Bike Info
    • Bike Honda RC212V
    • Engine Four stroke V4, liquid cooled
    • Power Over 210hp
    • Top Speed 320km/h
    • Chassis Aluminium twin-tube
    • Dry weight Over 150kg
    • Suspension
    • Front Telescopic fork (Öhlins)
    • Rear Pro-link (Öhlins)
    • Brakes
    • Front 314mm carbon disc (Brembo)
    • Rear Steel disc