An institution since 1949, the Road Racing World Championship Grand Prix is the series to watch for great motorcycle racing. And as far as the 2011 is concerned, you really only need to watch one rider: Casey Stoner. On Sunday, the Australian took first place in the Indianapolis GP, continuing his domination of this year's season with his seventh race win, and third in a row.
After overtaking reigning world champion Jorge Lorenzo on lap 2, Stoner passed Repsol Honda teammate Dani Pedrosa on lap 7 of the 28 lap race. From there on, he was untouchable, and even set a new lap record for the course on his way to first place, driving the 2.261 miles in just 1:38.850- an average of 95 mph. He won the race by 4.828 seconds, followed by Pedrosa in second and American Ben Spies, the 2010 Rookie of the Year, in third place. Check out the video highlights: