MotoGP » Stoner takes pole for Ducati farewell


Casey Stoner takes pole position for the season-ending Valencia Grand Prix.

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Cold and hard facts. - Unregistered

November 06, 2010 3:13 PM

The delusion abounds.
1) Honda will be looking for alot more from Stoner than he gave to ducati, they are not spending fortunes for a guy to fight Dovi for fourth.
2)Ducati will be desperate for Rossi as they try to establish themselves as a team that can, fight for the championship, and attract new talent.
3)Malboro were going to withdraw their money from Stoner so Ducati were desperate.
4)Next year ducati could run 3 factory teams with the cash sponsors are throwing at them because of Rossi.
This year Rossi has raced all but one race injured and missed four and is comfortably leading Casey, neither Honda or Ducati want that, should be obvious to all..
Casey for the win this weekend, he loves this track, noticed him and Jlo are no longer friends. Didn't last and Yourgay looked like he genuinely like Casey when he beat him last week.. on here anyway.. clueless

aeolus

November 06, 2010 3:40 PM

Mention was made by the commentators of the wider clip-on on Casey's bike. Could this finally be the solution to the front folding? No crash tomorrow if so. Not unless Simo decides to win the race in the first turn. Espargaro out qualified Loris and Checa. There is no justice. He'll have a tough time getting back into the big league.

Grannie Jane - Unregistered

November 06, 2010 4:00 PM

When Casey gets it together he is untouchable. He's his own man not a copy cat. He does it his way - you can like it or lump it.
Unlike a certain other rider who decided to become a clone and win as one.
I have revised my opinion of both. I liked JL but he has changed and not for the better. I didn't have time for CS but I think he is maturing and is more relaxed.
So, go Casey, give 'em hell.

Diesel

November 06, 2010 6:24 PM
Last Edited 1448 days ago

Casey is amazing to watch when he's on form. Nobody else was riding the way he was. It probably wouldn't have mattered which bike he was on he would have won pole.

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