MotoGP » Fastest Stoner 'finds what he needs'

"We knew what we needed from the bike so I kept coming in until we found it" - Casey Stoner.

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November 06, 2009 6:11 PM
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Fast...Yep....but slower than Rossi when it matters. Stats below don't lie. Before his unexpected and mysterious (snickering) departure Casey beat Rossi 3 out of 10 races. Rossi beat him 7 out 10.
So what does the Stoner Fans do....They start counting the last 3....LMAO

Casey Stoner..1 4 3 5. 1 3 3 4 4 14 0 0 0 2 1 1 ?
Valentino........2 2 1 16 3 1 1 2 1 5. 1 R 1 4 2 3 ?

7 OUT OF 10



November 06, 2009 6:32 PM

Hey Dray, you are a sore looser when you man Rossi gets beaten. Oh by the way look at how the riders stack up when it comes to the 800 cc races. Maybe your "stats" will tell you something different.

Your Mum - Unregistered

November 06, 2009 6:42 PM

I hear there is a MOTOGP RACE tomorrow. My understanding is that MotoGP RACERS intend to win EVERY time they race whether they have already won the world championship or not. So, bearing that in mind WE should see an incredible race tomorrow as the World Championship has been decided already and these dipshits on here who keep saying Stoner has 'nothing to lose' each time he has raced recently (conveniently ignoring his final placing potential in the championship - ****s) will find their boyfriend has 'nothing to lose' now either. Should he be beaten this time what will they be left beating?
Good luck to all the riders and here's to US being the winners of MotoGP this weekend - realracefans


November 06, 2009 6:54 PM

The race, as seen from Casey, is not important only for the runner up contest but for the next season mindgames as well .
However, it remains to be seen in 2010,how Ducati will manage to carry on , without Suppo.

Your Mum - Unregistered

November 06, 2009 7:25 PM

With you on that Robert, could/should be a cracker. Lorenzo will be wanting to put to bed his recent slide of form for sure. I've almost completely forgotten this is only his second year in MotoGP as he has been such a credible contender. Alex Criville is the last guy I can recall hounding his team mate so convincingly for weekly results. I've really come to respect Jorge after feeling a little indifferent to him originally. Valentino will of course be looking to prove he is a worthy champion, which he of course is and deal to the usual suspects. It's been 1st class watching him reacting to the closing of contenders over the last few years when he was previously untouchable - contd.

Your Mum - Unregistered

November 06, 2009 7:29 PM

contd. - and of course in the Red corner there will be the resurgent Casey Stoner regaining control of his MotoGP career looking to extend that winning streak since his return. All in all should be a good'un and yes, yes - WE will be the winners at the end of the day!!

oops sorry Dani hope you have a good day too :-)

Its been an interesting and worthy championship this year - much better than it looked like it might be. 2010?

I just can't wait.... :) :) :)

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