MotoGP » Stoner eyeing four-in-a-row at Misano

The Australian has been in superb form of late and heads to Misano having won there in 2007.

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August 31, 2011 10:56 PM


Ok, let me see if I've got this right. Everyone is full of crap and the fact is your opinion is fact? That about it in a nutshell? lol Just funnin with you dude. I like your style. Rock on.


September 01, 2011 2:26 AM

Well done to all of you for having such passion about the riders you follow. A bit more objectivity from both sides would make this thread boring. Anyway, I'm sure both Casey and Vale can live with the mixture of abuse and worship that they receive, since they are both immensely talented and focused individuals.


September 01, 2011 2:26 AM

This is a post for the "blinkered, yellow tinted glasses" brigade -

Time to look ahead! ...rally the troops! ...Phillip Island is coming up and a Ducati has won there every year since 2007!

P.I. will be a walk in the park for Rossi!!

dude - Unregistered

September 01, 2011 2:42 AM

JimmyJimmy how is this exciting has there been any last lap battles at the front all year besides Germany? and that was really for 2nd Pedrosa could not be challenged.

Atleast in 2009 Rossi and Lorenzo gave us a show more then a few times. Those are my last good memory's.

zaaz - Unregistered

September 01, 2011 3:35 AM

Based on my calculation, stoner will be a champion with just 2 more wins and 5th for the rest. I think it is very possible, since we know he was quite strong in Australia and Aragon (both races he won in previous year). For the others races, those are Motegi, Sepang, Valencia and Misano, Stoner also has experience winning them. So, no doubt, only unpredictable things can hinder stoner to win this year...

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