MotoGP » Stoner raring to go for 2010 opener


The Australian targets a repeat his dominant victory at Losail for 2009 having topped pre-season testing there last month

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Darkwaknight

April 08, 2010 3:18 PM

What a bunch of sad, f*cked up, w@nkers on here.. My country is better than yours, my dad is bigger than yours etc etc repeat to fade!! As marky has quite rightly said we are all Bike riders(some) and Bike racing fans (alledgly!) so why the f@ck can't we all be happy that now the BIG class finally starts and we can all enjoy a great weekend of GP race 1 AND Superbikes!! The sun is shining, the birds are singing (and wearing less) and the bikes are out!! Whoopty f@cking dupty!! Good luck Stoner/Rossi/Danni/Jorge and the rest..

Good idea about the fight though mark with you on that one :p

The Morgue

April 08, 2010 3:53 PM
Last Edited 1471 days ago

Stoner will do this... Stoner is going to do that...
We have this talk every year at season start, when will you ever learn? :p
It isn't going to happen because you scream and bragg loud,
that's not the way it works.
There's nothing you can do about it, other then sit and watch.
Or stand and watch maybe, there's an option. :)

monster

April 08, 2010 3:59 PM

Getting back to the subject,

The Ducati and Yamaha look pretty close with Hayden so far up the time sheets

The biggest difference this year could be tyre wear and Stoners level of fitness,

He was quoted in latest AMCN as being stronger and having more endurance this year, than any other previous season

Also he's mentioned the good tyre wear they're getting from the big bang engine, might mean we'll see him stronger at the end of a race than the beginning

Anyway, It's going to be damn close, I just hope Lorenzo and Pedrosa can find some magic and create some havoc up there with Rossi and Stoner

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