2011 Spanish motorcycle Grand Prix

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The 2011 Spanish motorcycle Grand Prix was the second round of the 2011 Grand Prix motorcycle racing season.wikipedia
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Jorge Lorenzo

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Lorenzo started the season with four podium finishes in the first five races, including a victory at the Spanish Grand Prix; he was benefitted from a collision between Casey Stoner and Valentino Rossi, with both riders coming off their bikes, and Lorenzo eventually won the race by almost twenty seconds.

2011 Grand Prix motorcycle racing season

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The 2011 Spanish motorcycle Grand Prix was the second round of the 2011 Grand Prix motorcycle racing season.

Hiroshi Aoyama

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Aoyama was a consistent race finisher in 2011, mainly finishing in the bottom end of the top ten, but finished fourth in the Spanish Grand Prix.

Karel Abraham

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Abraham and the team stepped up to MotoGP in, having signed a contract with Ducati, he finished the season in fourteenth place in the championship; his best results were a pair of seventh-place finishes at Jerez and Silverstone.

Andrea Dovizioso

At Jerez, Dovizioso experienced severe tyre wear and had to make a tyre change on his way to 12th place in the damp conditions.

Ben Spies

He started the season with a sixth-place finish in Qatar, before crashing out of the next two races at Jerez and Estoril.

Marco Simoncelli

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He finished fifth in the season opening race in Qatar, before falling from the lead of the wet race at Jerez.

Bradley Smith (motorcyclist)

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Smith started his debut campaign in the Moto2 class well with seventh in his first race before following it up with a fourth-place finish at the Spanish Grand Prix.

Casey Stoner

Stoner took pole position for the Spanish Grand Prix, but had been running second behind Marco Simoncelli when he was taken out by the Ducati of Valentino Rossi in wet conditions.

Nicky Hayden

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This was Nicky Hayden's final MotoGP podium finish before he switched to World Superbikes in 2016.
Hayden's 2011 season started with a ninth-place finish in Qatar, before he achieved a third place at the Spanish round.

Valentino Rossi

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At the second round in Spain, Rossi had moved up from 12th on the grid to third, when he collided with the Honda of Casey Stoner with 20 laps to go.