MotoGP » Stoner takes last Ducati pole ahead of 'emotional day'


"The important thing is that I was able to give Ducati another pole position before I sign off" - Casey Stoner

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Sladge - Unregistered

November 06, 2010 4:32 PM

What can you say, he only completes 7 laps!!!
3 in the 31s, 3 in the 32s, 1 in the 33s!!!

Is it 'Win or Bin' this weekend? if he stays on he is going to lap Checa, and win by half a minute.

Sorry Nicky - Unregistered

November 06, 2010 5:22 PM

Go Casey!!!

Too bad Nicky. Even my gf who doesn't follow racing much, said you don't have "the fire" to fight Ben off. I don't think Nicky will beat Spies to the line. Time for the change of guard. Can't wait!

Apical

November 07, 2010 12:05 AM

As I remenber it Casey had pole last year at valencia, had been quickest all weekend, then fell of on the warm-up lap.

I hope Casey can stay on the bike. IF he does Stoner could win it. I would like to see Casey win his last race on the Duck.

Too many D.N.F.s this year.

I know nothing - Unregistered

November 07, 2010 12:17 AM

Regardless of what happens in the race 2 things are becoming clear.
Lorenzo has matured into a fine MotoGP rider and will be hard to beat for the next few years.
And Stoner is proving that he has the pace to beat anyone if he can stay on.

Stoner reminds me of Kevin Schwantz. When he was on the pace noone could beat him and every now and again he would inexplicably throw the thing down the road.

Bring on 2011 - It will be a great year full of surprises.

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