MotoGP » Stoner takes last 800cc pole by one second at Valencia

Casey Stoner takes pole position for the Valencia MotoGP.

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November 05, 2011 2:31 PM

In Motorsport 0.2sec is a huge gap to your rival. Over 1+ second is demoralising, it's a humongous gap he's put on his team mate. As for the rest of the field, they're to make up the numbers and only battling each others.

m,hardy - Unregistered

November 05, 2011 2:41 PM

takes pole by 1 second over his teammate, it's absolutely because casey make the difference. and some people should stop saying casey can only win because his bike


November 05, 2011 2:49 PM

@ Mhardy,

I am not a Casey Stoner fan, but who cares what people say about his bike. At the moment, there are 2 other people on the same bike and they aren't getting it done like Casey.

Relax, Casey is having as dominant a season as any rider in the history of MotoGP and I've enjoyed watching him.

There is no question who the best rider is in MotoGP!

Honda easily the best bike(ask everyone but Casey and his fans strangely) and using beating Dovi as proof that your better than Jorge and Rossi(which is the point most are trying to make) is a nonsense.. Take nothing away from Casey and Honda the top package by a country mile, and Casey had celebrated by taking a number of poles this year ..... But it wasn't any less easy for Jorge and Rossi to beat Casey when he was on the duke.
Jorge has got away with murder this year, Rossi's ducati woes have deflected away from the fact that he is not even close to being a Rossi replacement at Yamaha never mind the woeful Spies.. Ducati will surpass Yamaha next year and I suspect with enough time catch Honda(and pass) also and Jorge and Jarvis will get the credit they fully deserve.. Look forward to it..

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