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

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May 01, 2010 1:39 AM

The bottom line is IF Stoner doesn't fall off, he's been averaging 1/3 of a second a lap faster than everyone else since September last year.

This is 'football fields' in this class

If he can keep it rubber side down, they're not going to see where he went


May 01, 2010 4:38 AM

try Justin dot tv. Go on the site and put motogp in the search - it usuall will have a couple of feeds. Channels are hit or miss - sometime the feed gets pull for copyright but the usually have a couple of channels playing it.

Also try myp2p dot eu - they usually have a good feed.

Any other good feeds out there?


May 01, 2010 6:09 AM
Last Edited 2034 days ago

Looks like Nicky Hayden rise will be Casey Stoner's demise at season end. Especially since the GP10 bears the fruit of his labor.

His expertise is dearly valued by any manufacturer as it seems there are not too many riders can give feedback to their team to setup a bike properly. He came into to a dog of a bike and patiently went about having his team fix the Duc problems. He brings value to the bottom line of any company.
I fully expect him to figure out and fix Casey's problem, since he cannot seem to fix it.

These new and young crop of riders just want to get on a bike, ride, take their money and go fishing. There is no care for the manufacturers.


May 01, 2010 6:17 AM

Dray, you may be on to something there. But this is just the second race, who's to say Casey won't figure things out, and if he can ride that bike consistently to the finish line he'll give everyone a run for their money.


May 01, 2010 6:24 AM

LOL Monster.....the big "IF" that Casey Stoner fans like to use. That conjunction could make Casey Stoner the best since he started his racing career if you made everything come true with the big "IF".

Hell...even Rossi would win the 2006 WC with the big "IF". When will the Stoner fans come to reality and understand if dont mean $hit. GET OVER IT.!!!


May 01, 2010 6:35 AM

Ken...Casey knows what he is doing wrong. He does not have to figure out the bike. His statement is plastered all over the news why he thinks he is crashing. The thing is he may not be giving proper feedback to his team so they are in a quandry.

There is this saying "If we do not learn from the mistakes of history, we are doomed to repeat them".
Well if Casey knows his history as he says he does about the crashes, why is he knowingly repeating it. No such a smart fella.

Duke @ ee

May 01, 2010 6:58 AM

Bob....Lol come on mate u know that is really a bit to technical for most people here.
I like Dray's comments and I reckon he should learn from his mistakes and that is slow down to Nicky's pace and he wouldnt crash. The kid will just not learn that going the fastest and providing the fans with some entertainment is just not on.
Hey Dray you want to make sure he doesnt get it sorted out coz if he does this will become a very boring championship :)

Hugh Janus - Unregistered

May 01, 2010 7:13 AM

Mmm, so let me figure this one out. Casey Stoner has had a couple of front end crashes while working through the new set up on the new 2010 bike. Didn't tell the guys the right thing to do the 1st time, had another one and now he's useless? Gentlemen, please ffsake get a grip, it's all part of the game and will work itself out. The speed and level of success the solution brings will determine the quality of the team. Somewhat higher than the current Ducati Superbike Team I would imagine. New season, new bike, new engine, new characteristics, new challenges. These situations, Rossi's injury for example, all add to the intrigue of a season. They'll fix it, he'll come right, Jerez 2010 lets go!

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