MotoGP » Casey Stoner sidelined - Kallio, Fabrizio in.

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tosh - Unregistered

August 10, 2009 10:46 PM

Oh, yeah, and should that go forth there will be much rejoycing across the land. A tiffoso's wet dream, an italian champion on italian machinery. And quite the stupendous way to retire, too, with the greatest possible bang.

anon - Unregistered

August 10, 2009 10:54 PM

I cant belive how nasty some of u people really are. How can u sit there on your fat bottoms behind your keyboard hurling insults at casey? If u met him in real life you'd be too scared to do anything.

I hope he gets better and returns and beats the yamakas at phillip island

Md Zane

August 10, 2009 11:04 PM

Casey's problem started at Laguna last year when Rossi planted a infant monkey on his back,if you look closely at the photo of Casey, you will notice that. what appears to be his left ear is in fact the ear of a fully grown adult monkey.

Do think this is a strange move by Ducati and more so by Fabby, for taking the ride on the b string bike when it is still possible to win the WSB championship. Think it's time for the back markers of the gp paddock to reach for the airbag leathers. :)

Dr Relliscada - Unregistered

August 10, 2009 11:25 PM

This sounds serious... I hope Casey recovers fast!!!
as only Aussies can tame the Desmosedici... take example from Ferrari and put Troy on that bike!!!
Nicky is getting slowly into the pace, but is sitll far from the podium.
Kallio is making a good job on the Pramac team, but maybe is too early for the red one...
Fabrizio is nowadays the main active for the SBK title... we hope we have no more disasters...

Bloat - Unregistered

August 10, 2009 11:27 PM

"Bad sportsmanship is very typical of the Brits"

Typical reaction from Dr Dray, the default Brit hater that spouts nowt but trouts...

What was funny about Stoner saying the Brit fans wanted him dead (jeez this guy truly is paranoid) was Rossi's response to Stoner's PR disasters. He reckoned Stoner should go onto the podium with a Union Jack helmet and apologise to the Brits (for tarring us all with the same brush after a tiny minority boo'd him)...

Hope the guy gets well soon but he is a BAD sportsman!!!

Casey's fate - Unregistered

August 10, 2009 11:58 PM

CRASH.NET author of this story is mistaken.

EBV is not a 'form' of Chronic Fatigue Syndrome!
EBV is a virus, that may contribute towards the cause of CFS.

I should know, I've had ME for 18 years and been
housebound for 13 years. I used to race motocross
bikes and love MOTO GP.

Peace out biker fans across the world and good luck to Casey, if he has ME he won't be returning to Moto GP. The full recovery rate to former levels of mobility are just 2-8%.

CFS is an umbrella term however and includes mental illness as well as post viral fatige. EBV is a virus.


August 11, 2009 12:03 AM

You fellows who think other rider's performance make Casey sick are nuts. The guy is tough and the real deal. It's not mental, you guys are, though.

And all you fellows who think Kalio will wipe the floor with Hayden on Stoner's bike will have another thing coming, too.I suppose the likes of you would have said the same thing about Melandri, too if he had never been on the Factory Duc, and was put in the same situation.Not many riders perform well on the Ducati, especially the 800.I can ony think of one - Casey Stoner. Best of the rest?, everyone else who's tried has come up way short.

I am a Rossi fan, but I think Casey is great. I really would like to see VR, Jorge and Pedro try the Duc.

Mr. Hyde - Unregistered

August 11, 2009 12:09 AM

Blimey, this is terrible news. I've knocked him a few times for his attitude but always made it clear that I think he is a superb rider. To lose him from Moto GP would be sad - very sad.

My fingers are crossed that he does not have a serious illness and will race again.

This news has brought me down.



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