MotoGP » Island feat 'may be step too far' for Stoner


'I think it's going to be tough to make it six in a row, but we'll definitely be there, even if they have to duct-tape me to the bike' - Casey Stoner

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daniel kuchnia

September 21, 2012 7:39 AM
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@for others
Rossi is only ahead of Nicky, because hes injured+had a few times bad luck (f.e. Mugello) thats only reasons.
He crashed few times because pushed too gard.
Its better this than comes 6 - 10 th because driving not riding. Isnt it?

Ausrossi

September 21, 2012 3:27 AM

As has no doubt been stated elsewhere this is a rough and tumble series where people crash drive erratically and swap paint. And I can see it now as someone said he will have his teeth knocked out or at least get a clip and told to wake up to himself. I look forward to this with great interest. Equally, imagine Bathurst, 1000kms and Casey retiring hurt at lap 25.

Joko - Unregistered

September 21, 2012 3:17 AM

Best chance for Casey ever coming back to Mgp is the fact that he ain't going out on top. Best thing for non stoner fans is the fact he ain't going out on top.

screwloose

September 21, 2012 2:01 AM

Hmm interesting in that interview i noticed crash left out sumthin that to me suggests casey mayb back in in moto gp in acoupple of years,asking abt the healing casey said it was better 2 have the surgery when he did and miss the races cause NEXT time it happened he could be out alot longer than this time,2014 in v8s and mayb 2015 bk in moto gp

True - Unregistered

September 20, 2012 11:26 PM


@Fox44
It means SAM and his many aliases eg MoToGp, ExHaUsT and others hates Stoner, and is having another dig at him, he's totally obsessed,

Fox44

September 20, 2012 9:50 PM

I am not a Rossi fan, I am not a Stoner fan either, BUT I want to see Rossi competitive again and I don't want Stoner to retire. They both add to the racing and therefore it's better to watch.

What I cannot understand are the muppets who post on here (not just this thread) whose entire time on the site seems to consist of point scoring and slagging off one or other of the two riders above.

What we have got here is a bunch of school kids with a "My dad's bigger than yours" mentality. Grow up, recognise the qualities that each rider has and lets have some adult conversation.

ExHaUsT - Unregistered

September 20, 2012 7:54 PM


Yes the cheesy lonely is the number 8 oat.

1.Giacomo Agostini
2.Valentino Rossi
3.Angel Nieto
4.Mike Hailwood
5.Michael Doohan
6.Phil Read
7.Jim Redman
8.Jorge Lorenzo

Hemmy - Unregistered

September 20, 2012 7:05 PM

Another question to these few Rossi fanatics......

If Stoner jumped on Haydens bike for just one race weekend (hypothetically speaking of course) and went head to head with Rossi and you HAD to bet your house on either rider, who would you choose?

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