MotoGP » Stoner may have torn groin.


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holes - Unregistered

July 05, 2009 2:13 AM

OUCH!

get well soon Casey and I repeat, a torn groin... OUCH!

I had the same "condolence" for Troy Baylis in 2007 when he suffered a (as he put it) "split atom" at Donington. OUCH!

Protect those family jewels guys! Perhaps a cricket-type "cup" mght be the new protective fashion?

Duke @ ee

July 05, 2009 2:21 AM
Last Edited 1880 days ago

Very good explanation of what happened and I am sure true fans will appreciate it.


Lets hope both are well enough to give Rossi some challenge.....But I am very doubtful :)

... - Unregistered

July 05, 2009 3:27 AM

LOVEHATE46

Are you serious mate he gave the exact same reason that lorenzo gave, and he only said that backmarkers slowed him down and didnt allow him to get enough heat in the tyres.

grow up
get over yourself
and give yourself an uppercut for that dribble :?

soops - Unregistered

July 05, 2009 3:50 AM

Is it me, or are there an unusually greater frequency of riders waiting around for a tow? If you're going to sit on the track, coast, argue, do whatever it is besides throw down a lap time, pull over and get the heck out of the way. Get off the race line, in fact, get off the track! Just pull over in the gravel and grow some cajones and put down a fast lap on your own. I know Stoner has been whining a bit, but these incidents with riders standing on the track is getting ridiculous and race direction needs to start handing out infractions.

pauly73

July 05, 2009 4:41 AM

by the way casey was interviewed before lorenzo. they both said that they did not get enough heat in the back tyre. cos these are raceing tyres not qualfying tyres not they take more time to heat up

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