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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No deny - Unregistered

August 24, 2012 12:23 AM

strange thing happen after stoner says about rossi not try hard to ride ducati.
He fell ... luckily he doesn't broke his feet
shame on him. he try hard and see what happens ... think smart ... indy is slippery, better be carefull than loss all the hopes.

ndablek - Unregistered

August 24, 2012 12:29 AM

wish you get well
this is the time for you to think hard ....and try hard not to hard to your self. after all life is not fair ... just go with your life as the winds take you

bo - Unregistered

August 24, 2012 12:31 AM

Bad luck on the ankle, he will be back and maybe take another win before he retires, think he was maybe pushing the envelope a little extra this year trying to make up for the problems they had with the tyres.

one of the hardest chargers ever!

Fast Eddie - Unregistered

August 24, 2012 12:37 AM

@Ladas
You are so correct
2008 Yamaha - Great year
2009 Yamaha - Good year
2010 Yamaha - Big Bad year
2011 Ducati - worse than the Big bad year
2012 Ducati - worse then previous year big bad year x9

Three bad years in a row
Yes Ladas you are so correct but lets hope the run of bad years is over for 2012 and ALL the riders come back to ride before the season ends

billywiz - Unregistered

August 24, 2012 12:47 AM

you would have all phoned in for a sick day !!!

isnt that exactly what he has done.
We are so upset that the nasty Rossi is going to be racing against us again. Especially that nasty thing he did to us at Laguna Seca. We think he is a bully.

Realist

August 24, 2012 12:47 AM

@ Fast Eddie


Is coming in 3rd in the WC really considered a "Big Bad Year" (..especially considering the injuries the occurred and the races missed)? I think it turned out to be pretty darn good despite the circumstances. Geez! What does that say for the other riders who never even hit the podium during their ENTIRE CAREER (..you know, the guys that some of you follow without ever wavering)? They must have the ****tiest of the ****tiest years.....year in and year out.

Joan - Unregistered

August 24, 2012 12:54 AM

I am a Casey Stoner fan, and I would just like to wish him a full and speedy recovery. It's a shame this has happened in his final season, but I hope he can come back and win some races, especially Philip Island, before he retires. And I for one will miss seeing his genius on a bike. All the best Casey.

truth - Unregistered

August 24, 2012 1:00 AM

@whohatehim

NO. POOR IS SOMEONE ELSE'S EFFORT ON THE DUCATI!!!

POOR IS NOT STAYING COMMITTED ON YOUR TARGET, QUITTING, AND CHOOSING THE EASY PATH (YAMAHA ANYONE???)

POOR HAS NOTHING TO DO WITH CASEY. HE IS A TRUE RACER. THE BEST TO HAVE RIDDEN EVER IN MOTOGP. EVERYTHING HE DID AND EARNED WAS BY PURE TALENT, NOT HELP FROM OTHERS.

CASEY YOU'RE SIMPLY THE GREATEST.


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