MotoGP » Stoner breaks Lorenzo for US MotoGP victory


Casey Stoner wins the US MotoGP at Laguna Seca.

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Pullittogether - Unregistered

July 29, 2012 11:20 PM
Last Edited 761 days ago

Where is all the Stoner haters, for the past week all you have said is that the is finished, Dani will own him, JL is king.

Stoner is NOW the most successful rider at this track and today he gave a lesson to EVERYONE

In 2011 he took these two and in 2012 he did it again

And all you can say is Motogp will be better once he leaves, well today he left everyone for dust, you wish his skill when he is gone

Liam48

July 29, 2012 11:25 PM

As expected the Rossi bashers will have a field day with this, well have fun while it lasts.

Even though I'm a Rossi fan, this was not good enough and I feel that maybe after todays performance the Yamaha deal will be gone, my gut feeling unfortunately is that he will retire at the end of the the year instead of going to Yamaha if that chance is still there.

I hope he can improve after the break I think he will but no guarantee.

Westminister - Unregistered

July 29, 2012 11:25 PM

Did Val do just enough to secure the factory Yamaha ride?

Great ride Casey, we will have to wait a long time before another rider has the skills to win on a Ducati.

The ones who followed you on the Ducati are lacking your abilities.

Podster - Unregistered

July 29, 2012 11:26 PM

I liked JL after race interview when asked how did Stoner repeat last year on him again, he just smiled and said Casey was just too fast.

Dani again looked like the ugly bridesmaid, so sad, a very short lived motivation and he wasn't even in the race for the win

Pity about Ben, if it was nt for BAD luck this guy would have NO luck

Rossi, faster than his bike and the last lap tow by Hayden was pretty cool and showed true Team Work lol

Cal, where are you, you wont win a WC if you cant win a place or a race for that matter

Finally, all I can say is Aussie Aussie Aussie!

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