Home Cookin’, Aussie Style: Casey Stoner Owns the Field at the Iveco Australian Grand Prix – Phillip Island
Home cooking always helps. Especially when it’s on a gorgeous, Australian Island. Oakley’s resident Aussie MotoGP speedster Casey Stoner continued his standing dominance on his home Phillip Island track on Sunday, coming out of the Iveco Australian Grand Prix on top of the pack. The Ducati rider emerged victorious from the circuit for the fourth year in a row in front of a raucous, obviously partisan crowd. Starting from pole position – his third of the season – the 25 year-old led the race from start to finish as he solidified his third overall 2010 win to the cheers of friendly spectators.
It was only a matter of time. Oakley’s Casey Stoner scored his first victory of the 2010 season at Aragón (Spain) on Sunday, converting his pole position at the Spanish circuit into a well-deserved win. The Ducati Team rider finished 5.148s ahead of Dani Pedrosa, with O’s Nicky Hayden rounding out the podium for his first top-three result of the year after a magnificent last-lap overtake on fellow Oakley rider Jorge Lorenzo.
The O Lab was front and center for the 2010 Red Bull U.S. Grand Prix MotoGP race at the Mazda Raceway Laguna Seca track in beautiful Monterey, California.