MotoGP » Casey Stoner to retire from MotoGP!


Casey Stoner, the most successful MotoGP rider since 2006, is to retire at the end of this season.

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some1 - Unregistered

May 17, 2012 5:46 PM

So, if anyone want to beat him, it's within the remaining rounds in this season.

Probably, we will heard about him riding is in the leading edge technology of 2 wheels racing such as TTXGP. Electric bike development with a rider that has Stoner calibers will boost the outcome.

But I would like to see him before leaving MotoGP is to test ride all the prototype bikes to the max after the Valencia round completed.

Liam48

May 17, 2012 5:47 PM

I must say I respect him for doing this, obviously his family comes before his career and that is very big of him!

I must say I haven't been a fan of his since 2008 but I respect his attitude and his skill.

I hope he has a joyful and wonderful retirement and has a lot of great times with his family!

Collie43 - Unregistered

May 17, 2012 5:48 PM

Marquez cant join the factory team so I wonder if repsol would take Rossi back or has he completely burn his bridges with them, i think he would fill stoner's shoe's no problem on the repsol

Michael - Unregistered

May 17, 2012 5:53 PM

Sad news for the sport but there could be an opportunity for Cal to get a factory ride depending on who goes where.

Ciao Casey, king of the power slide....

Mario L - Unregistered

May 17, 2012 5:56 PM

I can't believe it. But, what a position to be in, not many people have that luxury to really be in charge of your own destiny. Good luck Casey...and my only wish would have been to have seen a good battle with Yamaha, Ducati, and Honda in the front.

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