MotoGP » Stoner breaks Lorenzo for US MotoGP victory


Casey Stoner wins the US MotoGP at Laguna Seca.

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bikenut

July 30, 2012 1:26 AM

he doesnt need to go to Yamaha and win races to re prove himself, I am sure he can still ride quickly he just isnt comfortable on the Ducati, dont forget he won the championship in 2008 and 2009!

Liam48

July 30, 2012 1:36 AM

Matthew Birt just posted these two very telling & unfortunately true statements on Twitter.

"Valentino Rossi admitted it is getting mentally tough to keep concentrated when he can only fight for low positions"

Rossi also says "1st half of 2012 has been worse than 2011"

WOW! That suggest backs up how dejected I thought he looked all weekend, his head isn't fully in it right now, it also backs up my view that I think he'll chuck the sport this year bit I hope not, I hope he moves to Yamaha because it'll just boost his confidence and his motivation

separated

July 30, 2012 1:47 AM

Nicky Hayden was a world champion yet he gives it his all even though he finishes outside the top 5 regularly.

I find it very hard to like Rossi. His dispute with Yamaha was disgusting. He doesn't own Yamaha and he never will.

Shamu - Unregistered

July 30, 2012 1:58 AM

"casey is back!!!... mate"

Posted by CS1

He never left! But sometimes there's a stand in. Sometimes it could be his alter ego that has lactose intolerance, bullied by the world, no respect for slow riders, no respect for fast riders either, blames his family for his quiting the sport, blames the sport, blames the bike, blames the tyres, or blames his arms. Casey Stoner was always here, but sometimes his alter ego kicks in.

Shamu - Unregistered

July 30, 2012 2:24 AM

@kiwibob

"Earlier posts you were saying yam better bike now and Casey finished as Lorenzo will own him."

Bruh, were did I say this? I never said Lorenzo will own him. I know what I've said in previous posts because my stand is that Casey is a superb rider it's just that he moans a lot and he doesn't ride smart. He also wants a clear track to race against the clock and not against other riders, that's for sure. Hence, two championship only in a staggering twelve years and considering that he is considered by a few as the best who ever sat on two wheels. Who's the fraud now?

shamarone

July 30, 2012 2:52 AM

re: "Results wise - Ducati have nothing at all to lose in cutting Rossi now."

sales results...? or race results...? if "ducaudi" were but a ne-er-do-well CRT team and not a multi-million euro manufacturer of luxury vehicles for the valuing set you might have something.

stonecold - Unregistered

July 30, 2012 3:21 AM
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Casey Stoner is still not over the ass whipping that rossi give him in 08 at this track.Pedrosa owns Stoner.He complains about the bike an Dani does'nt.He made honda bring out new bike an then complain more.Lorenzo owns Stoner. etc,etc etc.The thing is about racing,is that NAKAMOTO an HRC listen to STONER not commentators on CRASHNET.

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