MotoGP » Casey Stoner: MotoGP title hopes 'finished'

“It's disappointing that in Indy we had a good chance to get some points back, but now it's finished our championship” – Casey Stoner.

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Sasha - Unregistered

August 23, 2012 10:17 PM

Let's go back to 1000's, because the 800's are unsafe. Now: Hayden injured, Casey out, Barbera out, the Czech guy out for a while before that, Spies smashed up. Who's next? Huge surprise Pedrosa hasn't broken a few bones yet.

Kenpachi - Unregistered

August 23, 2012 10:27 PM

Poor Casey pushing too hard in Qualifying and crashing. Trying to catch Lorenzo who is showing him the way this year. He rather go out like this then losing fair and square at least we are spared the excuses.

Isn't that what happened to Rossi in 2010? The same does apply for Stoner right?

IcanSee F/A - Unregistered

August 23, 2012 10:50 PM

IcanSee but not a lot what you are missing is seeing about the last true racer who wins or bins just like when he could have taken safe option and 20 points behind dani but no he thought he could take the win so tried it but failed and lost a lot of points . He is a Racer not a gatherer of points and i bet next year there will be a lot on here missing his all out style of racing . Thats why he is the only rider to have success on the duc

Gaz - Unregistered

August 23, 2012 11:34 PM

To all the haters.........
Could any of you W****** finished 4th in a MotoGP with a foot injury like Stoner had ????
No, didn't think so you would have all phoned in for a sick day !!!

Bozo - Unregistered

August 23, 2012 11:48 PM

so now he is in the same position as rossi when rossi got injured and jorge won the tittle, i want to see the stoner fans who will say he lost because he was injured, the same fans who said rossi wasnt going to win anyways pfff, double standards..

Well its true, Stoner wasnt going to win anyways :)

Casey continues to tell us that he has no motivation anymore.
"I think the summer break actually cemented it even more that I want to be away from racing," he said.

Wise man said, be careful what you wish for!

BigG - Unregistered

August 24, 2012 12:23 AM

Love him or louth him, this is a sh1tty way to end his career. But a the right descision, 20 years into not having my ankle fixed when I should have, now I'm in daily pain.

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