MotoGP » Stoner: We need to keep our heads down and work hard


2011 MotoGP World Championship leader Casey Stoner insists there can be no let-up despite his handy advantage in the title standings - as Repsol Honda team-mate Andrea Dovizioso eyes a home flourish at Mugello

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lemmy - Unregistered

June 28, 2011 2:19 PM

The Hondas will do well here. But I think this will be the best Ducati race of the year. They have a lot of testing and data for this track with the new gp12 (i mean gp11.1) and it should be warm which will help with the heat in the tire. Also, Rossi reported no problems with the front end during tests at Mugello. If he doesn't do well here, Ducati are screwed.

Go Casey!

honda2726 - Unregistered

June 28, 2011 2:27 PM

First thought. This is a fairly spread out track so im hoping there wont be loads of crashes, benefiting one rider in particular and making him look better than he is really doing. Now that Pedrosa is back, its another position lost.

First thought, Stoner will walk it.

honda2726 - Unregistered

June 28, 2011 2:27 PM

First thought. This is a fairly spread out track so im hoping there wont be loads of crashes, benefiting one rider in particular and making him look better than he is really doing. Now that Pedrosa is back, its another position lost.

Second thought, Stoner will walk it.

who cares - Unregistered

June 28, 2011 2:55 PM

First thought. This is a fairly spread out track so im hoping there wont be loads of crashes, benefiting one rider in particular and making him look better than he is really doing. Now that Pedrosa is back, its another position lost.

First thought, Stoner will walk it.

This always makes me laugh, the write up dont even mention rossi and yet he always gets brought up. Any excuse to have a dig at a rider you dont like.
Get a life mate

oooh i see - Unregistered

June 28, 2011 4:03 PM

@ 636stunter...

What a sorry state of affairs then for ducati "if" they only get a win at 1 track out of the entire season!

And i mean "IF"!

sure wont win a championship, concentrating on 1 home turf track! I am a Rossi fanboy, always have been, always will be but boy oh boy his career looks like it is in the squidgy stuff whilever he is with dukeshati!!

hoppy

June 28, 2011 4:34 PM

Casey knows that a 28 point lead is easily lost so glad to see he is really focused on the task in hand.He has to maintain his good form at Mugello even though he will still be leading the championship regardless of what happens there!
But lets face it,all eyes will be on Val and the GP11.1.There will be a lot of pressure on him and Ducati to at least finish on the podium.But judging from his 4th place finish last weekend,it is definately a possibility.

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