MotoGP » Pain then pole for surprised Stoner


"We had a huge off, one of the biggest in my career and certainly one of the most painful" - Casey Stoner.

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8=> - Unregistered

June 30, 2012 6:53 AM

@Sparky

"Stoner will go with the soft tyres and just sit back and hope the pace is not too fast till the end. "

I really don't think the soft is an option after Silverstone. Jorge knows if he pushes hard enough the softs on Casey's bike will pack it in by half way thru the race. He's gonna have to go with the hard tyre if he hopes to have a chance at the end of the race to fight for a win. Though, Jorge might be long gone by then...hope not!

AussieNSW

June 30, 2012 7:05 AM

A really good piece in the Sydney paper this morning by Mick Doohan, explaning the problems the Honda has with chatter and how hard it is to ride with it, great to hear an expert explain it,and Mick said honda were working really hard to solve it but I got the impression from what Mick was saying they are not having too much success,so it does not sound very good for Casey unless they find something very quick.

8=> - Unregistered

June 30, 2012 7:26 AM

@Aussie

"I got the impression from what Mick was saying they are not having too much success,so it does not sound very good for Casey unless they find something very quick."

Like the tyres he had at the beginning of the year. That's a quick fix!

BoZz - Unregistered

June 30, 2012 8:28 AM

to the bloke who said,"we had a huge off"
That's just him allowing the team to live vicariously though himself.. Theyre doing fine, but they feel for him.. see?


Hey AussieNSW, what part of Sydney are you in?

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