MotoGP » Stoner flawless amid French drama

Casey Stoner wins the French MotoGP at Le Mans, round four of the 2011 world championship - drama and controversy behind...

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27 - Unregistered

May 15, 2011 5:26 PM

if stoners rides the honda likes rossi the duc does...........
the comments will never stop here

but struggling with the duc as rossi does is........
fill it up it's yours

Fab - Unregistered

May 15, 2011 5:38 PM

I think what stood out for me today was the fact that the yams are losing ground on everybody.

We know that the Hondas are flying at the mo, still a good win by Casey though.

For Rossi to beat Lorenzo on this track just shows how the Ducati is now moving forward, the yam has owned this track for last three seasons. Bearing in mind also Casey's DNF here last season on the duc.

Lorenzo is now having to ride that yam right on the limit and that is when he makes mistakes, he was lucky to stay upright with that first move on Dovi. It is no coincidence that Rossi/Burgess leave yam and the development has stood still.

Roll on Barcelona !

Roddo - Unregistered

May 15, 2011 9:52 PM

Stoner is a petulant child. He wines and moans which is why the british fans don't like him. This man thinks because of his obvious mega speed of which there is no doubt! this gives him the right of making ignorant gestures to other riders he really does think he owns the track which is made a buddy of the other pr+ck in the paddock Lorenzo. These guys would not have lasted 5 minutes with the likes of Barry Sheene Freddie Spencer Mick Doohan. These guys were fairing bashing on a regular basis What a pair of Tw4ts these 2 are if you put either of these 2 in BSB they would go home crying after the first race.

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