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Casey Stoner #27
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Ducati Marlboro
Casey Stoner
Dani Pedrosa #3
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Repsol Honda
Dani Pedrosa
Andrea Dovizioso #4
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Repsol Honda
Andrea Divozioso
Colin Edwards #5
Monster Yamaha
Colin Edwards
Chris Vermeulen #7
Rizla Suzuki
Chris Vermeulen
Randy de Puniet #14
LCR Honda
Randy de Puniet
Alex de Angelis #15
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San Carlo Honda Grisini
Alex de Angelis
Toni Elias #24

San Carlo Honda Gresini
Toni Elias
Marco Melandri #33

Hayate Racing Team
Marco Melandri
Mika Kallio #36

Pramac Racing
Mika Kallio
Valentino Rossi #46

Fiat Yamaha
Valentino Rossi
Jorge Lorenzo #99

Fiat Yamaha
Jorge Lorenzo
James Toseland #52

Monster Yamaha
James Toseland
Sete Gibernau #59

Grupo Francisco Hernando
Sete Gibernau
Yuki Takahashi #72

Scot Racing MotoGP
Yuki Takahashi
Loris Capirossi #65

Rizla Suzuki
Loris Capirossi
Nicky Hayden #69
Ducati Marlboro
Nicky Hayden
Niccolo Canepa #88
Pramac Racing
Niccolo Canepa

MotoGP racing - Chris Vermeulen

Chris Vermeulen

Australian rider, Chris Vermeulen, entered the MotoGP scene in 2006 after capturing the runner-up SBK slot in 2005. He made his debut with Suzuki and has been with them ever since. His first MotoGP season was successful, taking two poles and a second place finish in Australia

His second season with Suzuki proved to show more promise as he became familiar with the international circuits, scoring him a victory at Le Mans after an unspectacular 12th position qualifying round. His second podium race of the season was certainly one for the books, coming in second to fellow countryman, Casey Stoner after a wicked shoot-out at Laguna Seca.

Vermeulen has chosen to remain faithful to Suzuki, even though there has been interest from other camps. In 2008, he was joined by Loris Capirossi, and the team will continue to run in 2009, as Chris looks to improve on his MotoGP career.

Australian Chris Vermeulen #7 - Rizla Suzuki

2011 Contract - Confirmed WSBK - Kawasaki Racing Team

Chris Vermeulen - Rizla Suzuki Born: June 19, 1982

Hometown: Brisbane, Australia

Height: 5' 8

Weight: 148 lbs

Marital Status: Single

Hobbies: Motocross, running, surfing and fixing cars

Team: Rizla Suzuki

Helmet: Shoei

Chris Vermeulen 2009 MotoGP Results

Round Race Finished Standing
1 Losail 7th 7th
2 Motegi 10th 8th
3 Jerez 10th 9th
4 Le Mans 6th 8th
5 Mugello 10th 9th
6 Catalunya 11th 10th
7 Assen 5th 9th
8 Laguna 8th 8th
9 Sachsenring 13th 8th
10 Donington 13th 9th
11 Brno 11th 10th
12 Indianapolis 11th 11th
13 Misano 9th 11th
14 Estoril 10th 11th
15 Phillip Island 11th 12th
16 Sepang 6th 11th
17 Valencia 15th 12th


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MotoGP Racing

The fastest men on two wheels - MotoGP is the world's premier sportbike racing championship.The 2010 season promises 18 Grand Prix races where the world's top sportbike manufacturers and most talented riders come together for a breathtaking display of speed and agility on the most technically demanding road courses known to man.

This year, Valentino Rossi will ride to defend his 9th World Championship title against the Australian power-rider, Casey Stoner, Spanish throttle-jockey Dani Pedrosa, and teammate/adversary Jorge Lorenzo who nipped at Rossi's heels all season in 2009.

MotoGP racing - Creating sportbike racing legends at over 200 MPH.

Experience the excitement of the 2009 season of MotoGP racing as Chris Vermeulen rides to attain his first World Championship title

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