Bikes » Casey Stoner to test MotoGP Honda


"This will allow me to enjoy what I miss: riding a MotoGP bike!" - Casey Stoner.

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Poddy

July 23, 2013 8:57 AM

The fastest by any measure, to disagree is to highlight how stupid you are, to disrespect in any shape or form is from fear and not reality.

Honda are wise to do this as no Honda rider has yet to match his speed but will he be too fast?

DB8

July 23, 2013 9:06 AM

Everyone is saying he definitely isn't coming back to moto gp in some shape or form, but this is game playing for me. Why would he do this if he didn't think it would get the rumour mill flowing.

Also, I don't really see the point of having him as a test driver for any other reason than getting the rumour mill going. No one has ever ridden a bike like him before. He therefore wouldn't be a great test rider, because no one can ride a bike that hard. People make out this is a negative for him, to me, this is the positive he brings. He's a monster on that thing!

@Dacron. I'm a Vale fan and would love to see him back. He's fantastic. Vale is massively more competitive now, so we might see a tussle, which would be epic. If he only came back for PI though, people may just forget it. He'll destroy the field.

dmac65

July 23, 2013 9:18 AM

@ian.beets
Stoners paid his apprenticeship on a satellite Honda team and with an underperforming Ducati, which he won a World Championship on for Ducati, and been on the fastest bike in a season and won another World Championship for Honda...take note Valentino Rossi@Jorge Lorenzo could only win championships on the best bike@team...if Stoner were to return, he deserves to be on the fastest bike@team

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