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“There's no point bringing a new chassis until we try every available option we have with this one” – Casey Stoner.

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Bit of a damp squib - Unregistered

February 28, 2012 11:56 AM

Its a shame everything was cut short but the Hondas and Yamaha's are clearly still dominant. Especially Caseys Honda (state the obvious much)

However, even though Casey has been laying down smoking fast laps, he's been unlucky about having to come in early i.e. bad back test 1, rain test 2.

We haven't really seen how the Honda will run over a race distance. My guess is that it doesn't matter and Casey will still whoop everyone, but the lack of laps could throw up an unknown variable?? Does anyone else agree?

Gondya bhau - Unregistered

February 28, 2012 12:04 PM

@ Bit of a damp squib

its mostly the same bike as the 800...just a bigger engine..and the 800 surely dominated race distance...

simply putting it, i totally disagree with you

LCtanner

February 28, 2012 12:10 PM

There's no point bringing a new chassis until we try every available option we have with this one. We've got some options to try. If they don't work we might have to go in another direction. by casey stoner...

Honda HRC boss Shuei Nakamoto was unable to respond to crash.nets request for a response to caseys statement regarding development direction. It was all he could do to walk let alone talk he was laughing so much.

Ballistic - Unregistered

February 28, 2012 12:10 PM

You can sense his confidence going through the roof, the fact that he gritted his teeth and actually won races on that ducati still bewilders me, this honda is like a walk in the park for him, if i was him i would go to yamaha and win a wc with that after winning 2x on a honda, then he can retire early like hes been hinting.

But then we'd never know if he would deserve the Goat title from Rossi.

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