MotoGP » Stoner: MotoGP riders hate each other


World champion Casey Stoner thinks some MotoGP riders take themselves too seriously.

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Tomaso - Unregistered

December 05, 2011 12:08 PM

I cannot understand that statement. After what happened to Marco we all realized that there is lots of love and respect and friendship all over the paddock, way beyond all the fighting and scrapping.

Coming from the guy who punched De Puniet in the back during practice at Le Mans ?

Stoner has alway been better riding motorcycles than making interviews anyway

Bridgestone - Unregistered

December 05, 2011 12:15 PM

Yes all GP riders show lots of love when Simo passed away.!!!

Befor that there was little love between the riders!!

all complaining about Simo etc.

So stoner is correct there's little friends and more hate including him self.

people whoi watch MotoGP know thats mind game's are not nice to. it could be full with hate.

Rossi said Nicky cant ride a bike just a good in follow a rider. he said that when nicky became WC.

etc etc etc.

Ducati - Unregistered

December 05, 2011 12:21 PM

True, mindgames can't be nice because it must affect a rider. and mindgames are pretty old. didn't a older rider appologise to riders for things he shave said in the past!
so hate!! yes there is.

rattle - Unregistered

December 05, 2011 12:32 PM

after being criticized by rossi despite his efforts in '10. and then lorenzo-sic, dani-sic fallout this season i aint surprised if he thinks this way. the only people with whom he has some good rapport r american riders especially Spies.

iusedtobesleepy

December 05, 2011 12:40 PM

Ha ha, nice one Stoner. Nobody gives off more hate than you do with all your arm waving and bitching about every one and everything.
And you call us Whinging Poms????

If you feel so much love for the V8 racers in OZ, then Sod off and race there then.

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