MotoGP » Stoner: I prefer Silverstone to Donington


Having only finished two of the opening four races, Stoner is hoping some familiar territory will kick-start his charge back up the MotoGP order.

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bananaman - Unregistered

June 15, 2010 6:21 PM

Nope donington everytime donington yes it is slower and the last few corners a not good but don't forget silverstone before changes had the crappy last corner as well. i prefer hilly interesting circuits

1) Silverstone - Car Circuit.

2) Donington - Bike Circuit.

But donington now a motocross circuit and a crying shame the problem was with the owners of donington not investing enough.

Just incase you think i don't like flat circuits please please please bring back old hockenheim wow now there was a circuit WSBK.

Hookem

June 15, 2010 6:25 PM

Hopefully Casey Stoner and Nicky Hayden can get the front end problems sorted at Silverstone.

Really do not want to see the race for 4th through 7th being where the action is.

Looking at the layout of Silverstone, horsepower is going to be at a premium. Ducati better bring a fast bike and the Yamaha is really going to have to step up.

The Honda riders are probably chopping at the bit. Hopefully we will get better racing at the front than what we saw in Italy.

Good luck to Mr. Stoner and Mr. Hayden !!!!!

time to win - Unregistered

June 15, 2010 7:13 PM

oh common casey,stop showing us that face, are you about to cry or your watchin a mexican telenovela or what?? focus on the race,get your a$$ together and win the championship, it's now or never again, rossi is out, the guy has let go of the crown and is now up for grabs, you now have all the chance of winning it, common! :rolleyes:

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