MotoGP » PICS: Casey Stoner on factory Honda

First look: Stoner on factory Honda.

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Dean Dean

November 09, 2010 5:39 PM

Considering Casey is barely 5ft 5', that honda looks tiny, he's not even able to get 'under' the screen ..he doesn't look too comfortable in this pic..I think an all black carbon bike would've looked better than the rather naff stars and a 'roo...just mho of course lol.

Duke21 - Unregistered

November 09, 2010 5:57 PM

Gotta love this Stoner, he might bin it here and there but he always rides like a criminal!! Remind me much of the great Troy Bayliss. While their style is not really the same both seems to always ride slightly over the edge. What is it with the food/ water / air in the east side of Australia?? Stoner is coming not so far from Hunter valley, is it the fumes of the local Shiraz that made him like this??

Go Stoner - Unregistered

November 09, 2010 6:58 PM

That picture will be how Stoner looks as he takes the chequered flag at Valencia next year as 2011 world champion!
Not even Lorenzo is going to touch him.As for Rossi,he can forget it!

mastershaft - Unregistered

November 09, 2010 7:08 PM

Got to be champ next year. Rossi certainly won't win first year out on the Duke if he can only get 2 wins this year on his beloved Yamaha. Rossi only signed for Ducati this year to save face as now he has a team mate to equal/better him. If he stayed with Yamaha & Lorenzo trounced him again what excuse could he use?

MICK - Unregistered

November 09, 2010 8:43 PM

Now then Mr,or Mrs BLOAT46 .... If you,ve ever watched the racing before, you would have noticed that ALL the riders take the chequered flag but not ALL are in 1st position .... Now do you understand, umm ??

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