MotoGP » Stoner: We were too confident last year

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Dingo - Unregistered

April 09, 2009 1:40 PM

You might get yours answered Tax, no prizes for guessing your favourite. The rest of us will have to wait to see who has the most points at the end of the season, Qatar is a total one off. Casey won by a country mile last year but got beat by a record points total , Rossi could win and Casey run away with it..let's hope it's a cracker...contenders are you ready!! :) :) :)

Bob Buttamasangy - Unregistered

April 09, 2009 1:52 PM

I can't remember when a non-factory bike last won a world championship, can any of you?
Last count, Stoner has ridden for two full factory teams. One of which was KTM. Enough said? This eight years at the top had little to do with full factory support, unlike some other riders I can think of. Funny how some of you tend to forget the 'minor' details isn't it?

coyote - Unregistered

April 09, 2009 2:04 PM

Stoner was faster on the last sector in LS and especially out from the last corner, which he showed many times accelerating past to turn 1. The fact is that Stoner was faster pretty much all the time, and couldnt use it to his advantage, not only because the Yamaha is more stable, but because Rossi is better at braking. Now you didnt exactly answer to my question, just offered excuses why Stoner lost and will lose in the future. Remember the races after LS last year. Stoner was supposed to have learned from Rossi and we were to see how he would dish it out and send Rossi crying. What actually happened, Stoner breaks away from the start and tries to hide from Rossi, then falls. It will

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