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Malaysia(Sepang) 2017

The Report on Sepang will unfortunately not be able to be produced due to pressures on my time caused by various factors not least of which is the fact that three reports are required for this weekend. But these are the facts to be going along with and I have reproduced the brief summary that always appears on the Home Page after the event to give a brief idea of how the race developed.

After the disasterous Phillip Island round for Ducati and Andrea Dovizioso, in particular, the whole team needed to return to winning ways and that is just what they did with a superb 1 - 2 composed of Andrea victorious and Jorge 2nd, which leaves Dovizioso only 21 points down on Marq Marquez so although it will be difficult it is just possible that he could be the Champion whereas after Phillip Island it was highly unlikely and Marc was off song in Sepang but still scored 13 points. In Valencia, on 12th November, we shall see what we shall see!


1. Dani Pedrosa
2. Johann Zarco
3. Andrea Dovizioso
4. Valentino Rossi
5. Maverick Vinales
6. Jorge Lorenzo
7. Marc Marquez
8. Aleix Rins
9. Andrea Iannone
10. Cal Crutchlow
11. Jack Miller
12. Pol Espargaro
13. Danilo Petrucci
14. Scott Redding
15. Alvaro Bautista
16. Bradley Smith
17. Loris Baz
18. Sam Lowes
19. Tito Rabat
20. Hector Barbera
21. Karel Abraham
22. Michael Van Der Mark


1. Andrea Dovizioso
2. Jorge Lorenzo
3. Johann Zarco
4. Marc Marquez
5. Dani Pedrosa
6. Danilo Petrucci
7. Valentino Rossi
8. Jack Miller
9. Maverick Vinales


Riders :

Marc Marquez 282
Andrea Dovizioso 261
Maverick Vinales 226
Valentino Rossi 197
Dani Pedrosa 185
Johann Zarco 154
Jorge Lorenzo 137
Danilo Petrucci 121
Cal Crutchlow 104
Jonas Folger 84
Alvaro Bautista 75
Jack Miller 73
Scott Redding 64
Aleix Espargaro 62
Andrea Iannone 60
Pol Espargaro 55
Alex Rins 46
Loris Baz 45
Karel Abraham 30
Tito Rabat 29
Hector Barbera 27
Bradley Smith 24
Michele Pirro 18
Mika Kallio 11
Sam Lowes 5
Nakasuga Katsuyuki 4
Sylvain Guintoli 1
Takuya Tsuda 0

Constructors :

Honda 332
Ducati 303
Yamaha 301
Suzuki 87
Aprilia 64
KTM 64

Race Results posted by
David Little
30th October 2017

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