MotoGP » 'No worries' - Stoner shrugs off another fall


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Southerner

April 30, 2010 5:57 PM

Of course he's concerned pablo.Would'nt you be???
The man wants to win,as do all of them...so,of course he's concerned, re - finding the safest limit.And to find that limit,he has to push harder,while on top.
Hell man,Stoner even looks concerned,when he walks his dog,I guess.

Boney M - Unregistered

April 30, 2010 6:03 PM

That's four front end folds and counting for the ducatis, in one race and a practice.. getting beyond coincidence and stoner looked mystified and ancient with still no master plan....

Dray

April 30, 2010 6:05 PM

I guess anyone can ride out of control and do the fastest time. Unfortunately you cannot do it for too long as you will crash. No suprise here....nothing to report....move along...this is nothing new for Crashy Moaner. It's not like he is unaccustomed to it.

JOHN - Unregistered

April 30, 2010 6:42 PM

Reckon you need to back off a bit Casey :rolleyes: You have a lot of 'reserve', skill, experience, you are MORE than capable of winning :) but those crashes will NOT do you any justice :p

Robert Danley

April 30, 2010 7:16 PM

I think Stoner crashes because he doesn't practice enough. Look at the time sheets, he consistently does many fewer timed laps than the competition. He seems content to go out set a quick time and then rest. It's called practice for a reason. A concert pianist doesn't stop practicing just because he plays a piece correctly one time, he continues to practice until he can play the piece correctly every time. Stoner doesn't seem to understand this. He doesn't spend the time to try to perfect his riding so he crashes a lot. since His comeback from illness, he has crashed out of 2 of 4 races. He needs to practice more.

Guntown - Unregistered

April 30, 2010 7:27 PM

They probably all wish they could run up a bunch of laps but with the new engine rule they all are saving their engines as much as possible or face penalties.

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