MotoGP » Stoner sets blistering Le Mans pace


“We felt good immediately and then tried something we haven't tested, which seemed to give us more traction in the rear without affecting anything else” - Casey Stoner.

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hoppy

May 13, 2011 7:03 PM

Great first practice day for Casey today.Fast right out of the blocks.He was fastest in all sessions and fastest in the track sections too.Those new forks seem to be working.Good days work.

nebar1

May 13, 2011 7:47 PM

I'm always amused watching Mrs Stoner. Casey out on track came out of a corner, still cranked over, front wheel pawing the air, and moving his position to regain control. Producer replays it in slow motion and then cuts to his Misses. Not a flicker of emotion. She could have been watching an old episode of 'neighbours'. Win, lose, or fall off it's always the same.

motomoto - Unregistered

May 13, 2011 8:32 PM

there's the future world champion in action,, like him or not, get used to it.
I'm not a true fan, but you have to be a 6 year old to disagree. He is stupid-fast and on the clear fastest bike this year. The only way he doesn't win the title this year is if he DNF's,, then Dani will easily take the title. Sorry JL, Yamaha screwed you this year by bringing you a repainted Suzuki engine.

gofast! - Unregistered

May 13, 2011 9:17 PM

stoner is killing it right now, but i think things will be different on race day. we know that jorgie, ped, simo and possibly even hayden, rossi, dovi and spies can all mix it up at the front. i am looking forward to the race.

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