MotoGP » Casey Stoner - Q&A


A Repsol Honda generated interview with reigning MotoGP world champion Casey Stoner

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McLarenP

February 22, 2012 8:04 AM

Like I have said previously, these Q & A things are all a waste of time!! You hear what you are supposed to hear.
What a load of rubbish for a rider to say he doesn't think about defending his title!! Casey will have the number 1 on his bike so I don't think he will be too chuffed if that is not where he ends up at the end of the season!! Of course he wants to defend his championship, what rider wouldn't??

princeoficehole - Unregistered

February 22, 2012 8:04 AM

In the middle of his 'compendium of excuses' as to why he never backed up his first title, Stoner says of the 2008 season..

" And I think I proved to everybody that we had every right to be champion again that year, but it wasn't to be.."

..'we had every right'??..WRONG Pal. You had every chance but blew it, couldn't handle the pressure.

Laguna 08 will forever be remembered as the point at which Stoners love affair with Ducati started to sour with him blaming every one and every thing apart from himself. Rossi has done his box in..he just doesn't seem able to get over it and move on.

Mentally weak and still seeking acceptance for his downward spiral at Ducati, he truly is starting to believe his own BS by coming out with this garbage.

I guarantee 100% he won't back it up this year..

Catch Up - Unregistered

February 22, 2012 8:27 AM

@ mclarenp.....Havent you learnt anything yet, Stoner doesnt care about championships, all he cares about is winning that first race, then the 2nd, 3rd, 4th and so on.
By the way I cant wait till the Rossi Q & A comes out...bet you cant either..lol

princeoficehole - Unregistered

February 22, 2012 8:46 AM

hahaha..you're a funny guy monster.

Stoner @ Ducati pre-LS08
..28 races, 0 retirements, 14 wins.

post LS08
..40 races, 8 retirements, 3 races absent, 9 wins.

More than a quarter of his post LS08 races he crashed or was absent. That attitude gave him 'the right' to finish 4th twice, against weaker opposition than Rossi had in 2011.

He's still insisting the CF bike was good despite his results indicating the opposite.
I think he's scared to death the new GP12 will be a success, justifying the decision to dump 'his' bike and proving to the world..he hasn't really got a clue what he's talking about, even if he can ride a bike fast.

Catch Up - Unregistered

February 22, 2012 9:02 AM

@ gpfan...."He takes from our sport but refuses to give back"

Oh really so how do you explain his supplying 125 bikes to young and up and coming riders in Australia.

And you are doing what for this sport....lol

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