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Stoner crashes in tricky wet conditions but ends up third
Interviews - World Champion Casey Stoner suffered a painful crash but finished third on the overall timesheets on day one at Indy, while his teammate Marco Melandri was down in fourteenth.


West shines through on wet opening day at Indianapolis
Reports - Anthony West came out best from a soaking day of action at the Indianapolis Motor Speedway.

Red Bull Riders Cup: Scholtz picks it up for pole
Articles - South African 16 year-old Mathew Scholtz sits on pole for Sunday´s Red Bull Riders Cup race at Indianapolis.

Hayden benefits from early bike change at Indianapolis
Interviews - Nicky Hayden switched bikes for the afternoon session at Indianapolis, and feels in a better position to take the Repsol Honda RC212V to success this weekend.

Dovizioso sees Sunday promise in wet conditions
Articles - JiR Team Scot´s Andrea Dovizioso sees competitive potential in his wet weather debut at Indianapolis.

Edwards taking Indianapolis in his stride
Articles - Tech 3 Yamaha´s MotoGP duo of Colin Edwards and James Toseland were reflective about the conditions at Indianapolis Motor Speedway.

Mixed fortunes for Rizla Suzuki trio in Friday rain
Interviews - There were three Suzuki bikes on track on the opening day of the Red Bull Indianapolis Grand Prix, Chris Vermeulen, Loris Capirossi and wildcard rider Ben Spies riding through the rain.

West reflects on successful first day at IMS
Interviews - There were smiles in the Kawasaki garage on Friday as Anthony West topped the timesheets and his colleague John Hopkins finished the day fifth fastest at Indy.

De Puniet rides through pain barrier on day one
Articles - Frenchman Randy de Puniet was still suffering the after-effects of his Misano crash in the wet opening Indianapolis free practices, his wrist injury restricting him to twelfth.

Afternoon sessions prove tough for San Carlo Honda Gresini
Interviews - Alex de Angelis and Shinya Nakano were both made to work hard by some heavy rain in the afternoon Indianapolis session.