MotoGP » HRC to expand to accommodate Stoner?


Casey Stoner's arrival at Honda doesn't necessarily mean Dani Pedrosa or Andrea Dovizioso will be looking for new jobs at the end of the season...

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Daniel - Unregistered

July 09, 2010 11:36 AM

if they got orid of one rider at HRC it should be dani he had many chances and should prive his self in lower teams ! and please xpand more bikes on the grid !!!

Steve Howarth

July 09, 2010 11:56 AM

The underwhelming Pedrosa should go, HRC dumped Hayen despite his world title and it's only the sponsorship that's keeping the midget rider in the team, honda would also be better off without his loud mouthed manager trying to run things - actually, if he clashed with Stoner that would be something to see, the aussie isn't going to put up with Puig' BS.

GazL

July 09, 2010 12:55 PM

I have just about had enough of this rubbish regarding Dani V Dovi - Here are the FACTS

World Championships -

Dani - 3
Dovi - 1

Wins -

Dani - 32
Dovi - 10


Get real guys, Dani is far faster than Dovi, and yes he has his faults, but you all know he is just plain faster than Dovi.

End of story.

matt - Unregistered

July 09, 2010 1:03 PM

Dani is faster than all of them togheter. So i don't see why hrc repsol would be stupid to let him go. Not gonna happen. They signed stoner to be supportrider for Pedrosa. With 3 riders they will get a lot more technical info to set up the bike.

jenson marks - Unregistered

July 09, 2010 1:09 PM

They will not let pedrosa go, unless he wants it himself. I don't know who came up with this first, but the article doesn't suggest this at all. If there's one place in danger than it's dovi's. Live with it people.

aeolus

July 09, 2010 1:10 PM

@gazi

Get real guys, Dani is far faster than Dovi, and yes he has his faults, but you all know he is just plain faster than Dovi.

Dovi has been improving steadily and if you noticed, was the only one that could stay with Lorenzo until he crash.

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