MotoGP » Casey Stoner 'excited to get started'


“I'm excited to get the season started and fight for another World Championship" – Casey Stoner.

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goofy roo - Unregistered

April 03, 2012 9:35 PM

If Jlo gets close I wonder whether it will be a milk or wheat allergy that takes Stoner down. A whiff of competition and he will be dragging his teddy around, bottom lip quivering.

Realist

April 03, 2012 10:05 PM

@ GPSLAVE

You will soon realize that no other topic is more polarizing that Valentino Rossi (or VR and Ducati). It doesn't matter what is being discussed, Rossi will always be relevant.

Annette - Unregistered

April 03, 2012 10:29 PM

Casey Casey Casey is so far ahead of the others riders, only Jorge Lorenzo has a chance if it comes down to 18 races. Casey is so fast, so focused and so brave. Casey is riding at his peak, if he stays fit over the next 3 to 4 years, who knows how many world champships he could win 5 may be 6?

The other rider yes bike number 46 is so far behind the other top five riders, it's an embarrassment to his fans and the sport!! The king of development, the Doctor of Doctors.
The Doctor budget with Ducati last year must have been more than Stoner had with his four years under Ducati?
Casey Stoner would never have a year like bike number 46, I can't say his name it's embarrassing!!

FRED1 - Unregistered

April 04, 2012 12:28 AM

I read some post about how rossi is solving the understeer problem Stoner couldn't conquer. My goodness. Ducati has changed everything on the bike including the engine to some extent...........and you call that solving the problem Stoner couldn't fix?

SPARKY62(?)..your comment was right on and to the point.

Stoner walking away with the races??? Not likely with Lorenzo in good health. I'm and have been a Stoner fan except for the time in 2010 where he fell off the bike on the warmup/setting lap prior to the race. Egad, talk about disappointment in a rider.

badbob

April 04, 2012 1:12 AM

If they want to beat Stoner.....They are need to master Stoner's riding technique until then no racing at the front.He has been perfecting it for awhile now so is there anyone out there? I hope so.

Scott - Unregistered

April 04, 2012 1:24 AM

@GPSLAVE - Yep I've had perfectly reasonable comments disappear from here as well. Rossi fans (or anti Stoner) seem to have free reign to say as they please but heaven forbid if anybody takes an opposing view.

BTW I think you may find that the poster you are referring to is actually a contributer tand writer for Crash.net. Whether he has any influence on moderation I'm not sure. Would Crash like to comment?

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