MotoGP » Stoner set to retire between Doohan and Hailwood

Casey Stoner set to leave MotoGP in fourth, between Doohan and Hailwood, on the all-time premier-class win list.

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a/stars - Unregistered

July 04, 2012 4:33 PM

he conquer the premier class with a lot of top rivals. I would say the most talented rider in this era. Well done casey and i hope i will see you again competing in bike racing. Wsbk is the next story!


July 04, 2012 4:42 PM

I have not bothered to research it,but how many Premier wins had Ago,Mike,Valentino and Mick notched up at their respective ageing to #27 ?
Anyway,nice one Sparky62.Agree.
Once the GPC have sorted their crap out,who knows ?
Age 30 and return for a one off season with Ducati like Mike Hailwood did back in 1978 at the TT just for the hell of it.
Hell,should he take a two year hiatus and return at age 29, he's still in the zone.
The mere thought must give some riders the creeps.

fannatic - Unregistered

July 04, 2012 5:15 PM

We're assuming he wont come back. Who knows, couple of years and he might get the itch again.
If someone as old as Schumi can get that spark back, a 29 yr old Stoner is even more likely.

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