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"Am I going to race V8s next year? No” – Casey Stoner

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lololol - Unregistered

August 10, 2012 4:39 PM

lololo The GOAT whant vacations..lololl This is quit for somethingh!! I understand what he is saying but Stoner thats not the way to be called the best.. You just like to show up when you feel you can be the 1 on the picture.. Then when thinghs get tuff you had enaught of this yes i understand a person need a great mind to be on the top at this game, you tired of this sht its hard i know..

your fans are crying they think you will do magic on the Ducati go now to Ducati.. Or you will be waiting until you read that Ducati is competitive bike..lolol I guess if you are waiting for that he will have a long and nice vacation.. Now you have the money

ron - Unregistered

August 10, 2012 5:05 PM

Great on you Casey life is about what one want's to do not what others want you to, you will be missed more than anybody from MotoGP but just enjoy and thanks for the enjoyment you have given us all.

moaning in v8 - Unregistered

August 10, 2012 5:11 PM

It would have been interesting had he really moved onto V8.
No moaner fan kiddies, not because to see him race BUT to hear his excuses.
I am new to this category
The tyres are too broad
He made a rash pass on me.
He hit me from the back and I went off-track.

He knows that no one is going to give him space to run his car, its better to just back-off.

Damien IE - Unregistered

August 10, 2012 5:34 PM

Can't deny the guy knows how to race a bike at the limit. He's as fast as **** and only one to succeed on the Ducati and look how he got on with the Honda in his 1st year on a bike designed around Dani for several years. Size and stature probably helped but all the slow mo's on how the bike moves around we know he can ride.

I do agree he moans far too much and that doesn't help people take to him. far too much whinging and whining for my liking but i don't let that rule what I can see and know.
He is fast and will be a loss but in sooo many ways he's right. MotoGP has been going down the toilet for the past few years and the CRT bikes are far from competitive or comparable. Peter Clifford's WCM team tried the CRT route a few years back with the R1 derived project but they got tossed out as not a prototype.
CRT should be a Factory engine in whatever chassis you build ala King Kenny & Moriwaki RCV engined bikes. Performance would be on a par and help the series grow.
Plus his 1st child

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