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Casey Stoner 4th in's top 10 MotoGP riders of 2010.

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papi - Unregistered

November 18, 2010 10:00 AM

That's a fair appraisal I'd say (unless you are Australian or course). Just look at that photo! Stoner is really a bit special. 2nd world chapionship next year methinks (as long as he stays away from the minimilks!)

elton - Unregistered

November 18, 2010 10:02 AM

Yes, Kallio and Espargaro had more crashes, whilst Haygen had the same.. are we noticing a trend here?? The fact that Stoner still won races on that bike should place him higher than Rossi who had is **** handed to by his teammate all season long.

Calamazoo - Unregistered

November 18, 2010 10:04 AM

It's trick photography!!! It's smoke and mirrors! It's traction control! It's the bike! It's his tires! It's blah, blah, blah. It's because he is a very very good rider on any thing with 2 wheels. He has to be. He is no good with sponsors, media, public jokes, etc. He's stuck with riding ability. Hahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahah

Billy Gruff - Unregistered

November 18, 2010 10:33 AM

JLo- won WC faultless
DaniP - injured for several races and missed a chunk but still breaks into top two - huge improvement
Rossi- Misses a bigger chunk and rides injured for 17 but still in top 3. Not what we expect but under the circumstances way above average.
Casey- Fully fit all season - Poor for an alien but god for an also ran take yur pick.
Spies - Rookie, 'nuff said
Casey defo the worst performer out of the top five this year and baffled how people see it differently.
Fact is since 2007 the inception of the 800s every manufacturers bike has improved massively. Only the ducati has gone backwards. If the rider truly is 80% of the performance then he's also 80% of the fault..

Sasha - Unregistered

November 18, 2010 10:49 AM

Good rider let down by the front of the Ducati which according to recent news will only be fixed now that the GOAT tells too that the front is ****. And even then it is doubtful that Ducati can fix the front without loosing traction at the rear. That is what you get from using a 90 degrees V lump instead of 60~65 degrees and a ultrarigid no-warning carbon frame.

. Lucifer

November 18, 2010 10:56 AM

Hey Billy, you left out a couple of other facts.

The fact that Vale couldnt get within 2 seconds of Casey on the same bike.

And since 2007 Casey scored almost half of the points scored by every other Ducati rider combined.(13 different riders!!)!

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