MotoGP » Rossi, Stoner joke about Jerez 2011


“I behaved a little bit like a young rider and unfortunately I also took Casey down” – Valentino Rossi.

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ColinYoung - Unregistered

May 22, 2012 2:29 PM

Casey will be missed for his great riding style. But he will not be missed at all for the disrespect he shows to the Motogp fans, to the riders he tries to belittle like the slapping of Randy de Puniet to get out of his way and all the arm waving.

It's really a shame as one of the greatest riders to every race that he couldn't learn how to handle the fame and work load a champ is expected of doing for his sport. Racing only doesn't cut it.

He will be forgotten quickly, mark my words. Casey Who Stoner

amakusa

May 22, 2012 2:33 PM

'Casey will be missed for his great riding style. But he will not be missed at all for the disrespect he shows to the Motogp fans, to the riders he tries to belittle like the slapping of Randy de Puniet to get out of his way and all the arm waving.'

I wonder where people get these from. It has evolved from a punch after to a slap to get out of the way. Next?

Monster - Unregistered

May 22, 2012 2:34 PM

"Your talent out weighs your ambition" ...so this is the new tag line for Stoner by Crash.net

I hope it works out better than "The traction control kid" that you used to use.......you kinda ended up looking like a bunch of tools with that one

SwissJudge

May 22, 2012 2:37 PM

And I was looking forward to a mega handbag fight between Rossi and Stoner in 2013 !!!

But I think anyone who thinks Rossi will leave Ducati is greatly misstaken. It will take a lot more than past events for Rossi to throw in the towel.

And VW is not in the habit of ruining aquisitions.

Still, Stoner is young enough for a possible return to the top level, who knows?

Of all the riders in motoGP Stoner is the only one never to admit to making a misstake. Not even turn two at Lugana Seca...oh and the last one too.

bill - Unregistered

May 22, 2012 2:57 PM



@ColinYoung:

good post, but when he was growing up that side of things were not as relevant, and he would not care about the sponsorship and personality side of the business, all he wanted was to race and one day become a champion, sadly these days the sponsorship and personality side seems to be more important than racing ability.

ColinYoung - Unregistered

May 22, 2012 3:10 PM

@Monster

Anyone who shiets on their fellow riders as well as shiets on the press and most of all craps on all the fans of this sports deserves to be driven out, who needs him.

Racing needs athletes who can speak well enough to build the sport, especially the sport that has made him millions and that he shows NO respect for!

Racing wise 2013 will be less without him but because of his in your face ways he will be forgotten fast by the fans who love our sport.

Time for his bubble head shakes to go!

crasher - Unregistered

May 22, 2012 3:17 PM

@bill

Personality? So, it's not important in life?
Do you have it?
if no, you are same with your idol. Pathetic !!!

And stoner should not care about his family if he doesn't have personality. So why he mention about family concern regarding his retirement? Non sense...

DB8

May 22, 2012 3:29 PM

@ jimmyjimmy - you have a go at ich over casey (when he didn't even mention casey ), and you have a go at me about valentino, (and I didn't even mention valentino).

If the only reason you enjoy moto gp is to stir up boring, repetitive arguments about casey and valentino (even when no one else mentioned their names), thats your business. good luck with that, must be a fun existence.

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