MotoGP » Stoner surprised by Jerez victory

“I thought I could go away with Jorge and Dani for the chance of a podium” – Casey Stoner.

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bjr - Unregistered

April 30, 2012 1:32 AM

@MalX, yep media can get selective. In the nightly news it's always "a car hit a truck", never "a truck hit a car".

Mick Doohan was a guest on the Ten coverage last night, he makes Stoner sound like a PC girl. He certainly wasn't backward in saying Repsol wouldn't be too happy with an Aussie on the top step of the podium in Spain, but having Pedrosa up there makes it a little OK.

Aussie as - Unregistered

April 30, 2012 1:44 AM

Hondas no.2 rider casey stoners desperate attempt to shift attention away from his dire performance at jerez today. Beaten by his own team mate and over a second off pole. What an epic fail, honda must be wondering why they hired him.

Your comments from Saturday, LC Tanner. Where are you now?

BuntaFujiwara - Unregistered

April 30, 2012 2:07 AM

'without the straight line speed stoner could could have gone home...Lorenzo is the man....' by Harrix

Have u any idea where they raced yesterday? Straight line speed? Lets get real.


April 30, 2012 3:03 AM

There's always this inequality of 4 or 5 top riders and the rest 18seconds+ behind. That's not racing!!! That's big budgets having priority. It's becoming very predictable. Look at Moto2, top 12 riders separated by 9 seconds.


April 30, 2012 4:15 AM

Congratulations to Casey he is the form rider at the moment, the honda seems to be working real well under brakes and acceleration out of the corners. I didn't hear Casey complain of chatter so it sounds like they fixed it for this round, looking forward to next round looks like the racing is going to be real tight all year.

ravs66q - Unregistered

April 30, 2012 4:19 AM

I see too many Rossi bashers.Sounds like these comments are coming from "DOWN UNDER"

However. for once people should understand that it is the bike not the rider.Hayden is their on DUC for a while and as not done anything spectacular and for now sitting pretty third on the grid and then slipping down shows the condition of the bike.Importantly, Vale was not too far behind given his grid position. The final result tells the story..............

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