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 (August 29, 2005) – Valentino Rossi (Gauloises Yamaha Team YZR-M1-Michelin) continued his remarkable run of success at Brno today, scoring his ninth win of the season after a relentless race-long duel with arch-rival Sete Gibernau (Telefonica Movistar Honda RC211V-Michelin).

The pair were together throughout, until Gibernau's bike stopped just three corners from the flag, promoting Loris Capirossi (Ducati Marlboro Team Desmosedici) to second.

Max Biaggi (Repsol Honda Team RC211V-Michelin) recovered from a fourth-row start to grab an impressive third-place result.

Michelin riders filled six of the first seven finishing positions and hold the top seven places in the World Championship with six races remaining.

Rossi's 51st premier-class win, also his 51st success with Michelin, moved him into third overall in the all-time GP winners' list, surpassing Sixties GP legend Mike Hailwood.

It also made Yamaha the second most successful factory, ahead of another legend from bike racing history, MV Agusta.

Rossi and his Spanish rival gave it everything to win MotoGP's comeback race following the sport's traditional summer break.

Gibernau got the holeshot from pole position but a few corners later Rossi barged through to take the lead, only for Gibernau to return the compliment the next lap, setting the tone for the rest of the race. In all they swapped first position on seven occasions, Rossi taking the lead for the last time with two laps to go as Gibernau began to have problems.

"That was a very hard battle, one of the hardest this year," said Rossi, now 132 points ahead of second overall Biaggi.

"We weren't too confident after warm-up because Gibernau was so fast, but I had some discussions with my team and they made some useful changes. I made a good fight with Gibernau, put pressure on him, got ahead but couldn't break away. Then he came back at me, so I waited until two laps from the end to make a good overtake."