MotoGP » Stoner ‘desperate to fight for victories’

The Australian is determined to win again for Ducati before the year is out and he makes his switch to Honda.

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August 16, 2010 11:10 AM

Casey seems to be inching closer to a win and I think he will get one before the season ends.

The Ducati looked a real hand full this week end. The footage throughout practice and qualifying showed the bike all over the place. I reckon he did well to get on the podium

elton - Unregistered

August 16, 2010 1:15 PM

Fact is Ducati are a long way short of where they thought they were at he start of the season, they have been playing catch up with Yamaha and Honda for two years now but are instead losing more ground, which you can't blame on Stoner. He didn't tell them to build a bike with no frame made of Carbon fibre. He is still light yars faster than every other Duc, can't wait to ses him at Honda.

Willouby Clinton-Smyth - Unregistered

August 16, 2010 2:36 PM

Caseys thing is corner entry speed apparently he's very quick, unfortunately the hondas biggest weakness is corner entry, add to that Casey making a mess of the ducati, as when it suits him it doesn't suit anyone else, and I think you'll find he's gone to Honda because the engines last longer. Wouldn't be surprised to see him use all six engines at Qatar next year trying to emulate his 'domination' from Ducati days at this one track..
He's running away from the duke no question. And that is never the answer..


August 16, 2010 3:32 PM

jamesearljones r u dray's alter ego? he's the 1 sitting at home in front of PS2 trying to find rhyming names for CS. i would love to see these guys on a desmosedici. i would have a hearty laugh when they bite the dust as soon as they release the throttle. haha.


August 16, 2010 5:16 PM

Life must be tough at the top of the pile at Ducati.
Damned he does and damned he doesn't.
Top of the pile again at Ducati,Brno testing.
Still the only bloke that won convincingly on a Duc in GP over the past three seasons.In fact,he's their only winner on the 800,outside of Loris in Motegi.
Stoner,flattered the bike,not the other way around.
My guess is he wants to win again this season for himself,not for Ducati. But, judging by his performance today,he's still loyal to his current employer.

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