Yamaha MotoGP rider Valentino Rossi of Italy races on his way to winning the Australian Grand Prix on Phillip Island October 19, 2014. REUTERS/Jason Reed
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PHILLIP ISLAND, Australia, Valentino Rossi of Italy won his sixth Australian Grand Prix MotoGP -- and first since 2005 -- when he claimed a 10-second victory over Spain's Jorge Lorenzo on Sunday.Vinales finished the 25-lap Moto2 race in 39 minutes, 10.419 seconds, 1.329 seconds ahead of second-place Thomas Luthi of Switzerland, riding a Suter.Miller, riding a KTM, won his 23-lap race to pull to within 20 points of series leader Alex Marquez, MotoGP champion Marc Marquez' younger brother.
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