MotoGP » Stoner, Lorenzo 'won’t go' to Japanese MotoGP

Casey Stoner and Jorge Lorenzo will not take part in the 2011 Japanese MotoGP.

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John - Unregistered

July 16, 2011 11:40 PM

Hopefully the Japanese Manufactuers exercise their rights and terminate these ****ers contracts. They can't have it both ways taking all the money and not producing anything

Go Science! - Unregistered

July 16, 2011 11:43 PM

Shame on both of them. They are ignoring all the scientific evidence showing (irrefutably) that there is no harmful radiation in the area, and in doing so are damaging both Japan's economy and reputation. Yet they've been riding around with messages supporting Japan on their bikes and leathers. Hypocrites! It'd be perfectly understandable - IF it was genuinely dangerous, which it isn't.

elton - Unregistered

July 16, 2011 11:44 PM

What is Stoner supposed to do if Lorenzo says no way. Just go and collect the 25 points and say thanks very much? What sort of title win would that be?

Over Reacting - Unregistered

July 16, 2011 11:46 PM

I have no problem with them not wanting to go into an area where they are only 100km from nuclear reactors that are still in melt down. All the big month ****ers that that think they're pussies should go remove the front off their microwave place it at groin height and set it to high and stand in front off it for 4-5 day and do the evolution of the species a favor.

DW - Unregistered

July 16, 2011 11:48 PM

LOL, what a complete over-reaction ... from the pussies to some people posting on here!

There are millions of Japanese people going about everyday life - working, going to movies, shopping, building cars / bikes / consumer electronics that people on here are willing to buy & cant do without - & it's OK for them to live there, but dangerous for the riders to visit for 5 days!?

Some of the reasons are priceless!
"Coz they travel with their wives & kids". Bwahaha! So leave the effing family at home & go do your job. I do.
"Gulf War Syndrome" Really?? LOL.

glow - Unregistered

July 16, 2011 11:50 PM

Well, Dorna always tell the truth...don't they?...its not about the it?

The Japanese Government have been truthful all along to their own people....haven't they?

Scientists never make they?....they never falsify results at a governments they?

The riders can be test mules for all future events....better still, run it at night and watch them glow in the dark.

Dunks - Unregistered

July 16, 2011 11:51 PM

Scwantz, Doohan, Gardner, Rainer, Mamola, Sheene, Lawson, Roberts, they'd have raced... Moto Gp has lost it.... bring back the scramer 2 strokes, traction control bla bla bla, Lorenzo, Stoner, Perosa, not fit for this, Simo he has the right, win or bin....

Cosworth DFV - Unregistered

July 16, 2011 11:56 PM

The Indy car Race is still going ahead and that is two weeks before the MotoGP! Although it is not on the Oval as that was damaged in the March Quake - the circuit has given it thought......

“We had examined the option of restoration work to the oval, but considering the large-scale public works impact on society in this circumstance and the cost entailed, we felt it was best to move the race to the road course,” said Hiroshi Oshima, president of Mobilityland Corp. "Though we have been forced to change what we have been doing by the earthquake disaster, we will make sure our fans experience another exciting race.”

reactor46 - Unregistered

July 16, 2011 11:58 PM

Watch in 10 years time documentary's that will be scathing in how all this was handled by the Japanese government and the damages to the people.

You brave aholes would probably go because your to stupid to know the difference, its people like you that governments love...test mules.

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