MotoGP » Stoner leads opening Indy session, Barbera red flag

Casey Stoner fastest during Friday free practice (1) for the Indianapolis MotoGP - falls for Hector Barbera and Cal Crutchlow.

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August 17, 2012 9:36 PM

For anybody who rides a motor bike on the roads, no matter how good a rider you think you are, one thing I'm sure we can agree on after watching Casey Stoner on any Sunday afternoon is, How does he slide a bike around like he does, at the speed he does with so much power? And to make it more un-nerving, he is doing it to steer and control the machine. I'm going to miss the man next year. I think we all are.

WSBK where it's at - Unregistered

August 17, 2012 11:27 PM

Too bad there's a lot more to MotoGP racing than just being the fastest...
Posted by Moe - Unregistered (49 minutes ago)

What good is that when the camera spends nearly most of the time in the pits & bum cams etc or on the closing stage they switch to a replay of the race start

rocket - Unregistered

August 18, 2012 11:12 AM

@ Benito

Are you serious, you obviousley have not seen Motogp live, or maybe you have but your blinded by your bias towards Other riders, anyhow I never said Stoner was the best or greatest rider simply the Quickest, So what sport are you talking about because you obviousley no nothing about Motogp

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