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Congrats again to MM93 now 2 time Moto GP World Champion:banger: i think we've only seen the beggining of what he can do. Now the battle for 2nd is FULL on!! Well the good news is if Marc gets Black Flagged again it wont matter lol

Circuit info
Length: 4.448 m / 2.764 miles
Width: 13m
Left corners: 7
Right corners: 5
Longest straight: 900 m / 0.559 miles
Constructed: 1956
Modified: 1988


Introduction: Phillip Island, the self-styled home of Australian motorsport, is steeped in motor racing tradition, with the first car races having been held there on public roads in the 1920s. The first motorcycle races took place in 1931 and a permanent track was built in 1956. The circuit fell into disrepair during the late 70s and early 80s until it was bought in 1985 and given a AUS $5m facelift. MotoGP returned in 1989 and 1990 before becoming a regular fixture once more from 1997 onwards.


The Phillip Island circuit is blessed with breathtaking scenery and beautiful ocean views and, as one of the fastest, most fluid, tracks on the calendar, it continues to provide some of the most spectacular racing in the MotoGP season.

Records:
MotoGP
Fastest Lap 2013 Jorge LORENZO (SPA) Yamaha 1'27.899 182.1 km/h
Circuit Record 2013 Marc MARQUEZ (SPA) Honda 1'28.108 181.7 km/h
Best Pole 2013 Jorge LORENZO (SPA) Yamaha 1'27.899 182.1 km/h
Top Speed 2013 Marc MARQUEZ (SPA) Honda 340.9 km/h

Google Maps: https://maps.google.ca/maps?hl=en-CA&gbv=2&q=phillip+island+motogp&um=1&ie=UTF-8&sa=X&ei=1ks9VLLZCoyyyASK6oHwDQ&ved=0CAgQ_AU&output=classic&dg=brw

How do you not LOVE this track!!





Current Points:
1 Marc MARQUEZ Honda SPA 312
2 Valentino ROSSI Yamaha ITA 230
3 Dani PEDROSA Honda SPA 230
4 Jorge LORENZO Yamaha SPA 227
5 Andrea DOVIZIOSO Ducati ITA 153
6 Aleix ESPARGARO Forward Yamaha SPA 117
7 Pol ESPARGARO Yamaha SPA 116
8 Andrea IANNONE Ducati ITA 102
9 Stefan BRADL Honda GER 96
10 Bradley SMITH Yamaha GBR 92
11 Alvaro BAUTISTA Honda SPA 79
12 Cal CRUTCHLOW Ducati GBR 63
13 Scott REDDING Honda GBR 60
14 Hiroshi AOYAMA Honda JPN 54
15 Yonny HERNANDEZ Ducati COL 39
16 Nicky HAYDEN Honda USA 38
17 Karel ABRAHAM Honda CZE 33
18 Colin EDWARDS Forward Yamaha USA 11
19 Michele PIRRO Ducati ITA 11
20 Danilo PETRUCCI ART ITA 9
21 Broc PARKES PBM AUS 7
22 Alex DE ANGELIS Forward Yamaha RSM 7
23 Mike DI MEGLIO Avintia FRA 4
24 Katsuyuki NAKASUGA Yamaha JPN 4
25 Hector BARBERA Ducati SPA 3
26 Michael LAVERTY PBM GBR 2
27 Leon CAMIER Honda GBR 1
 

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All times Eastern Time Zone: NOTE: race time is same as Japan (1am eastern Sunday morning)16 October 2014

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Fierce battle for second rages on behind phenomenal champion Marquez
The picturesque Island circuit is a favourite for riders and fans alike and another exciting race can be expected on Sunday at the Tissot Australian Grand Prix, as MotoGP™ checks in straight from Motegi.

With the pressure off - Marquez secured the title on home territory for Honda with a calculated ride to second place in Japan – the newly crowned double MotoGP World Champion can ride freely as he goes in search of a 12th victory of a remarkable second season in the premier class. Last year on the Island Marquez was disqualified for failing to respect the timing of a mandatory bike swap so he would love to make amends this time out.

Movistar Yamaha MotoGP’s nine time World Champion Rossi and Marquez’s Honda teammate Pedrosa are joint second in the standings ahead of round 16 and both are determined to cement the runner-up position in the championship over the final three rounds.

Rossi demonstrated his fitness and pace again by finishing on the podium at Motegi after his big crash at Aragon, whilst Pedrosa crossed the line just 0.555s behind the Italian. Both have tasted victory at Phillip Island in their careers though in Pedrosa’s case not in the premier class.

One rider in great form heading to Australia is Rossi’s Yamaha colleague Lorenzo who has won back-to-back races at the last two rounds. He has been in great shape in the second half of 2014 so far and has notched up seven consecutive podiums – moving him to within three points of Pedrosa and Rossi in the standings.

Last year at Phillip Island Lorenzo took victory by seven seconds in a race which involved the riders changing bikes midway through due to tyre durability concerns and the Spaniard is also a former 250cc race winner at the venue.

Behind Lorenzo in the standings Andrea Dovizioso is having a good season in fifth place overall, the same position in which he finished Sunday’s race in Japan. Saturday saw Dovizioso take his and Ducati’s first pole position since 2010 and the experienced Italian continues to improve his team’s competitiveness on the evolving GP14.2.

Brothers Aleix Espargaro (NGM Forward Racing) and Pol Espargaro (Monster Yamaha Tech 3) are locked in an intriguing battle for sixth place in the standings, with elder sibling Aleix one point ahead of Pol at present.

Also pushing for prominence in the top ten are the likes of Andrea Iannone (Pramac Racing), Stefan Bradl (LCR Honda MotoGP) and Bradley Smith (Monster Yamaha Tech 3) who will all be giving it full gas at Phillip Island from Friday to Sunday.
 

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After a disastrous start to the season, and what some think is a lucky or undeserved win at Aragon, it looks to me like JL99 has the best form of the 3 fighting for 2nd, and it wouldn't surprise me if he podiums at all of the last few rounds and wins a couple.
 

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After a disastrous start to the season, and what some think is a lucky or undeserved win at Aragon, it looks to me like JL99 has the best form of the 3 fighting for 2nd, and it wouldn't surprise me if he podiums at all of the last few rounds and wins a couple.
That's for sure. He's the biggest threat to Marquez next year imo
 

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Agree, only 3 spots on the podium, no way MM93 will sit back.. I personally would like to see Vale finish the season second overall, but it will be tough for sure esp with JL99 coming on strong and never count out Dani
 

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Pedrosa and Miller #RideMelbourne en route to Phillip Island
With the Repsol Honda Team MotoGP machine and Red Bull KTM Ajo Moto3 bike having taken in the famous sights of Melbourne on their way from Avalon Airport, it was down to Pedrosa and Miller to seize the moment as the two riders enjoyed the spectacular city skyline and riverside scenery in a truly unique start to the weekend.

As the bikes passed by, the duo’s exploits were watched on closely by Australian Moto2 colleague Anthony West as well as Moto3 wildcards Remy Gardner (son of Wayne, 500cc World Champion of 1987) and Olly Simpson plus Aiden Wagner, who is all-set for his Moto2 debut fresh from training with Tito Rabat in Spain.

“It was great to have the chance to be here in Melbourne and ride alongside the Yarra River,” Pedrosa commented. “The hardest part was getting the bike to actually stand up straight, as we obviously couldn’t ride at the kind of speed you see at Phillip Island! Riding in the city was a special way to arrive in Australia.”

“This was some great extra testing – I just had to be careful not to crash into the river!” Miller joked before looking with more earnestness to a vitally important weekend. “It was awesome to see crowds of home fans getting up close to the bikes. Now we will head to the race track; after losing crucial points in Japan, there is no longer any option but to go flat-out for the win and the 25 points that come with it.”
 

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Repsol Honda team arrive in Australia on a high
In Japan Marquez was crowned as the youngest ever back-to-back premier class World Champion, and now all eyes are on the battle for second place. With both Dani Pedrosa and Valentino Rossi joint on 230 points and Jorge Lorenzo now just three points behind them on 227, the fight will be intense with just three races of 2014 remaining.

Both Repsol Honda riders have had mixed results at Phillip Island in the past, Pedrosa celebrating a solitary win there in 2005 (250cc) a second place last year (MotoGP™) and a third place finish in 2009 (MotoGP). Marquez also has one win to his name there in 2010 (125cc), and two third place finishes in Moto2™ (2011, 2012) and is eager to put last year behind him, after receiving a black flag during the race.

Newly crowned 2014 MotoGP World Champion Marquez commented, “What we achieved in Japan a few days ago is still sinking in. To win the Championship in my first two years is a real dream and I must thank all my family, my team, Honda and Repsol for all their commitment and dedication. Now we can relax a little, but not too much.”

“I still want to win races and finish the season on a high. Phillip Island was a bit of a nightmare for me last year so I have a score to settle! I like the track, it’s a lot of fun, so let’s hope the weather is nice so we can really enjoy the weekend.”

Pedrosa added, “The race in Japan was a little frustrating so I’m looking forward to getting to Phillip Island and putting it behind me. Obviously we tested there earlier in the year but we’ll have to see how the conditions are now, some months later. The goal is of course to take second place in the Championship and I will be pushing 100% to achieve this. The layout is exciting to ride and the races are always fun, but let’s hope there are no issues like in 2013.”


Lorenzo and Rossi locked in battle for second
Rossi looks forward to defending his second place in the championship from his teammate Lorenzo and Repsol Honda rival Dani Pedrosa.

The Doctor’s experience will certainly come in handy during this weekend’s battle. Rossi is one of the most successful riders at the Phillip Island circuit.

Starting in 2001 he had an impressive five year winning streak, followed by four more consecutive podium finishes. In the premier class the nine-time World Champion has won at the Australian track from 2001 until 2005, claimed second place in 2008 and 2009 and scored five third places in 2000, 2006, 2007, 2010, and 2013.

This weekend Rossi is scheduled to become the first rider to reach the milestone of 250 starts in the premier class of Grand Prix racing. Rossi tops the list of riders with most GP starts in the premier class which also includes Alex Barros (245 premier class races), Loris Capirossi (217), Colin Edwards (196) and Nicky Hayden (195).

After a strong victory at Motegi, teammate Lorenzo is also prepared to take on the competition. Phillip Island is the Spaniard’s favourite circuit. He scored two second places in the premier class in 2010 and 2012 before claiming victory last year in unusual circumstances. Following safety concerns the race was reduced to 19 laps and included a mandatory bike change at the ten-lap mark.

Lorenzo holds the record for the fastest lap at the Phillip Island circuit since last year, when he clocked a 1'27.899 around the 4.448km track.

Rossi commented, "We have a second place contest between me, Jorge and Pedrosa and I’m worried because Jorge is so fast. We have to give the maximum. I love Phillip Island and Sepang but three races in a row is always very difficult and a good start is very important. The podium of Japan was another positive result, especially because I have done well throughout the race and was very close to Marquez and Jorge."

"We held a very high pace and my bike was working very well. I really like the Australian GP and I want to ride a good race here, partly because most of my team is Australian. I want to get back on the podium and try to win again. We are working well, I like the circuit, and the Yamaha is going strong, so I think we can do it. I’m in a good shape, so it will be a fun battle."

Lorenzo, meanwhile, stated, "It was a great feeling to win in Motegi once again. Winning two races in a row after a very disappointing start of the season was unbelievable, not only for me but also for all the guys from Yamaha who worked really hard. Now I look forward to racing in Phillip Island, another amazing place to ride. Australia is always special and the layout is always perfect for having fun."

"To me the joy of riding there with the M1 is difficult to explain but I love the long and fast corners, especially the last one before going towards the straight to the finish. Hopefully we can have another great weekend and fight for the victory once again, which is so important regarding the second place in the championship."
 

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MotoGP™ stars delighted to arrive for Phillip Island battle
Having wrapped up the 2014 title on Sunday in Japan newly crowned double MotoGP™ World Champion Marquez (Repsol Honda) commented, "I feel really good, less pressure, more free. The championship is done, but you are more tired after all the commitments and everything. Of course you can enjoy it a lot after winning a championship and the confidence is high."

He added, "On Sunday night we celebrated with the team, a dinner with the Japanese staff and then just with the team. Phillip Island is a special place and it is one of the best circuits we come to. It is really nice to ride here."

Race winner at the last two rounds Movistar Yamaha MotoGP’s Lorenzo enthused about the venue for round 16, stating, "For me it is always a pleasure to come here. Not only Phillip Island but to be in this wonderful country. I love the cities Melbourne and Sydney and the area around Phillip Island is fantastic. It is my favourite place we come to."

On his recent form he noted, "We just needed to put the pieces of the puzzle together. We are competitive now and strong. It is not going to be easy to keep winning races, because there are four riders in very good shape. But our level is high."

Ducati Team’s Dovizioso, who arrives in Australia after getting his first pole position with the Italian team last Saturday at Motegi, explained, "We are so happy, especially for the pole position, that is something special. The weekend in Motegi was good we were fast in every practice. We are getting closer and closer. In the race in the early laps we were with the front group."

He expanded, "We have to focus on the positive things. Last year we were far behind and now we are close to the podium. I am excited for the project next year. We tested here at Phillip Island last winter and our lap time was close to the fastest rider."

Briton Smith (Monster Yamaha Tech 3) said of his ninth place finish in Japan, "I believe what we did in Motegi was respectable, third position in terms of the satellite bikes. I was pleased with the outcome of the weekend."

Of his second season in MotoGP so far he also commented, "Our championship position doesn't look outstanding. But sometimes the table doesn't tell the whole story. Our performance level has been better than last year. Some of these guys alongside me here are taking the championship to a higher level and we have to keep up with that. I am comfortable with the M1 but there are still some techniques which I continue to learn."
 

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FP1 Results:
1 41 Aleix ESPARGARO SPA NGM Forward Racing Forward Yamaha 333.0 1'29.749
2 99 Jorge LORENZO SPA Movistar Yamaha MotoGP Yamaha 331.7 1'29.909 0.160 / 0.160
3 29 Andrea IANNONE ITA Pramac Racing Ducati 340.4 1'30.025 0.276 / 0.116
4 46 Valentino ROSSI ITA Movistar Yamaha MotoGP Yamaha 335.6 1'30.051 0.302 / 0.026
5 93 Marc MARQUEZ SPA Repsol Honda Team Honda 336.0 1'30.079 0.330 / 0.028
6 4 Andrea DOVIZIOSO ITA Ducati Team Ducati 338.4 1'30.383 0.634 / 0.304
7 35 Cal CRUTCHLOW GBR Ducati Team Ducati 338.6 1'30.453 0.704 / 0.070
8 38 Bradley SMITH GBR Monster Yamaha Tech 3 Yamaha 336.1 1'30.645 0.896 / 0.192
9 26 Dani PEDROSA SPA Repsol Honda Team Honda 328.3 1'30.667 0.918 / 0.022
10 6 Stefan BRADL GER LCR Honda MotoGP Honda 338.8 1'30.696 0.947 / 0.029
11 44 Pol ESPARGARO SPA Monster Yamaha Tech 3 Yamaha 333.8 1'30.770 1.021 / 0.074
12 68 Yonny HERNANDEZ COL Energy T.I. Pramac Racing Ducati 336.0 1'30.898 1.149 / 0.128
13 69 Nicky HAYDEN USA Drive M7 Aspar Honda 321.1 1'31.034 1.285 / 0.136
14 8 Hector BARBERA SPA Avintia Racing Ducati 332.3 1'31.143 1.394 / 0.109
15 45 Scott REDDING GBR GO&FUN Honda Gresini Honda 324.1 1'31.174 1.425 / 0.031
16 17 Karel ABRAHAM CZE Cardion AB Motoracing Honda 326.0 1'31.282 1.533 / 0.108
17 19 Alvaro BAUTISTA SPA GO&FUN Honda Gresini Honda 335.4 1'31.383 1.634 / 0.101
18 15 Alex DE ANGELIS RSM NGM Forward Racing Forward Yamaha 330.7 1'31.588 1.839 / 0.205
19 7 Hiroshi AOYAMA JPN Drive M7 Aspar Honda 326.0 1'31.615 1.866 / 0.027
20 9 Danilo PETRUCCI ITA Octo IodaRacing Team ART 319.6 1'31.723 1.974 / 0.108
21 63 Mike DI MEGLIO FRA Avintia Racing Avintia 316.4 1'32.191 2.442 / 0.468
22 23 Broc PARKES AUS Paul Bird Motorsport PBM 320.5 1'32.692 2.943 / 0.501
23 70 Michael LAVERTY GBR Paul Bird Motorsport PBM 322.3 1'33.432 3.683 / 0.740
 

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Marquez relaxed after title win but still with work to do
The youngest ever double MotoGP™ World Champion commented, “The Championship is done but not finished, we can enjoy it but we still need to focus a lot. All riders are competitive but we still want to try to win races. The motivation is here, there are riders fighting for second so the best option for us is to win and stay out of the way. Nobody wants to finish fourth, it will be a nice battle for them.”

On overcoming the tension at Motegi and securing the title on home territory for HRC, Marquez commented, “All year I’ve felt pressure, especially in the first part and it just kept growing, everyone was waiting for my mistake. After two mistakes I knew it wasn’t the end of the world if we had a mistake, but I didn’t want a third. I know it was very important for Honda to win at home.”

Marquez also revealed that the planning for 2015 is well ahead of schedule, as is often the case for Honda, and that he will be trying new parts in the final phase of the season. He stated, “For Honda we can use these last races to try some little things for next year. These last races are very important for Honda and we have a chance to try special things without so much pressure. We can look ahead to next year a little bit. I don’t think we’ll run next year’s bike at Valencia, we’re just trying one thing for the next races. It’s really expensive for HRC to adapt the engine to the new chassis and then to go back. I will try some smaller options if HRC give them to us, otherwise it’s the current bike.”
 

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Aleix Espargaro leads sunny opening Phillip Island run
Using a softer option tyre Espargaro set a best time of 1’29.749 to lead the way by 0.16s from compatriot Lorenzo, with Iannone 0.276s off P1. The session was run in cool, clear and sunny conditions at the picturesque Phillip Island track.

With Valentino Rossi (Movistar Yamaha MotoGP) fourth and Marc Marquez (Repsol Honda Team) it was a good first session for the Yamaha riders, with Marquez the only Honda representative in the top eight.

Andrea Dovizioso (Ducati Team) tried Bridgestone’s new asymmetric front tyre and finished the session in sixth place, just ahead of colleague Cal Crutchlow.

Bradley Smith (Monster Yamaha Tech3), Dani Pedrosa (Repsol Honda Team) and Stefan Bradl (LCR Honda MotoGP) rounded out the top ten.

Alvaro Bautista (GO&FUN Gresini Honda) suffered a crash at Turn 10 on his 200th Grand Prix appearance. Home rider Broc Parkes (Paul Bird Motorsport) had a fast crash at Turn 1. Both riders were unhurt.
 

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FP2 Results:
1 99 Jorge LORENZO SPA Movistar Yamaha MotoGP Yamaha 331.7 1'29.602
2 93 Marc MARQUEZ SPA Repsol Honda Team Honda 334.9 1'29.752 0.150 / 0.150
3 29 Andrea IANNONE ITA Pramac Racing Ducati 340.8 1'29.803 0.201 / 0.051
4 4 Andrea DOVIZIOSO ITA Ducati Team Ducati 338.5 1'29.945 0.343 / 0.142
5 46 Valentino ROSSI ITA Movistar Yamaha MotoGP Yamaha 332.8 1'29.954 0.352 / 0.009
6 41 Aleix ESPARGARO SPA NGM Forward Racing Forward Yamaha 330.4 1'30.058 0.456 / 0.104
7 35 Cal CRUTCHLOW GBR Ducati Team Ducati 338.7 1'30.076 0.474 / 0.018
8 44 Pol ESPARGARO SPA Monster Yamaha Tech 3 Yamaha 337.6 1'30.103 0.501 / 0.027
9 68 Yonny HERNANDEZ COL Energy T.I. Pramac Racing Ducati 337.3 1'30.281 0.679 / 0.178
10 26 Dani PEDROSA SPA Repsol Honda Team Honda 327.8 1'30.289 0.687 / 0.008
11 38 Bradley SMITH GBR Monster Yamaha Tech 3 Yamaha 336.7 1'30.313 0.711 / 0.024
12 6 Stefan BRADL GER LCR Honda MotoGP Honda 335.2 1'30.678 1.076 / 0.365
13 69 Nicky HAYDEN USA Drive M7 Aspar Honda 323.2 1'31.043 1.441 / 0.365
14 15 Alex DE ANGELIS RSM NGM Forward Racing Forward Yamaha 332.8 1'31.108 1.506 / 0.065
15 19 Alvaro BAUTISTA SPA GO&FUN Honda Gresini Honda 334.2 1'31.137 1.535 / 0.029
16 17 Karel ABRAHAM CZE Cardion AB Motoracing Honda 325.5 1'31.219 1.617 / 0.082
17 7 Hiroshi AOYAMA JPN Drive M7 Aspar Honda 324.9 1'31.264 1.662 / 0.045
18 8 Hector BARBERA SPA Avintia Racing Ducati 331.0 1'31.355 1.753 / 0.091
19 45 Scott REDDING GBR GO&FUN Honda Gresini Honda 321.2 1'31.550 1.948 / 0.195
20 9 Danilo PETRUCCI ITA Octo IodaRacing Team ART 320.6 1'31.916 2.314 / 0.366
21 23 Broc PARKES AUS Paul Bird Motorsport PBM 314.5 1'32.506 2.904 / 0.590
22 63 Mike DI MEGLIO FRA Avintia Racing Avintia 317.9 1'32.598 2.996 / 0.092
23 70 Michael LAVERTY GBR Paul Bird Motorsport PBM 319.1 1'32.843 3.241 / 0.245
 

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Lorenzo on top on Friday in Australia despite crash in incident packed session
Movistar Yamaha MotoGP’s Lorenzo is the form rider in the premier class at present and he ended the day on top by 0.147s from his compatriot Espargaro despite a crash after losing the front end late in FP2.

The morning’s fastest Espargaro (NGM Forward Racing) ended the day second overall courtesy of his FP1 best.

The pressure is off Marquez this weekend after he secured the 2014 title on Sunday at Motegi but the Repsol Honda star was the rider to get closest to Lorenzo in FP2, though he was behind Espargaro on combined times in third overall.

Iannone (Pramac Racing) was 0.2s down on Lorenzo in fourth, but he too suffered a late crash in the afternoon.

Andrea Dovizioso (Ducati Team) and Valentino Rossi (Movistar Yamaha MotoGP) both finished the day inside the top six.

Cal Crutchlow (Ducati Team), Pol Espargaro (Monster Yamaha Tech3), Yonny Hernandez (Energy T.I. Pramac Racing) and Dani Pedrosa (Repsol Honda Team) completed the day’s top ten.

Dovizioso (Ducati Team) fell at Turn 1 early in FP2, he was frustrated but otherwise OK. Hiroshi Aoyama (Drive M7 Aspar) and Pol Espargaro also both fell in similar incidents, losing the front
 
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