MotoGP » Stoner podium run comes to ‘disappointing’ end


Casey Stoner rues the choice of hard tyres as he completes a race off the MotoGP podium for the first time in 26 finishes.

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rs dave - Unregistered

June 03, 2012 6:54 PM


@A world champion should know better.

The 60 odd years Honda have experience racing, then there's you, let see now who would know more, jeez that's a tough call, bigger ASS.

dacron

June 03, 2012 6:55 PM
Last Edited 837 days ago

a lot of you are forgetting or never even knew that stoner has been spending most the set up time trying to solve the chatter problem.
he even spent qualifying as a testing session.
he has a great deal on his plate with the bike.
this is one of the main reasons he is fed up with rule changes , they worked there butts off to make this bike and got it perfect , but it was made around tires that are no longer being used due to a change in tires after the bike was complete.
look at the bigger picture before accusing riders of things you know nothing about.

markg - Unregistered

June 03, 2012 6:57 PM

Some of the comments are funny.

Folks coming straight from playing with Xboxes telling a 2 times MotoGP world champion what a cowardly, slow, inept, chump he is, and why.

Funny as hell.

markg - Unregistered

June 03, 2012 7:03 PM

'Maybe Stoner should have retired last year. It seems that there is more than one has-been rider this year...'

Say what?

First time off the podium in ages, 2nd in the standings, 4th in todays race, and that is washed up?

Bizarre...

bionika - Unregistered

June 03, 2012 7:08 PM

eheh, I made that comment on purpose. I really enjoy MotoGP and to do that if have to appreciate the skill and guts of all the riders.

I only made that comment to stir some (more) hot comments around. Shouldn't have but it was my devilish side that did it!

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