MotoGP » Stoner confirms Motegi comeback


'I feel I can race in Motegi and will be re-joining my team next week and I can't wait to get back on track' - Casey Stoner

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Paul - Unregistered

October 03, 2012 2:24 PM

DANI HAS ALWAYS GOT THE BETTER OF CASEY.
People's perceptions are interesting, and how they also create their own facts.
In 2011 when Casey won the WC, Dani was ahead of Casey in Points before Marco took Dani out for 3 races.

Casey may have won the WC ONLY because Dani was gone.
Dani was also ahead of Casey in points when Casey crashed this year, in fact may spectators believe the reason Casey was crashing repeatedly was only because of the constant pressure from his team mate Dani.
These are facts. Healthy Dani scores more points than Casey.
NO Casey WILL NOT wipe Dani butt. When they are both healthy Dani generally got the better of Casey, just look at the points to prove it.

Nick636

October 03, 2012 2:26 PM

Good luck Casey.

Hope you see the season out in style. And if you're not winning, I still hope to see you put on a show.

Please get bored in retirement and return to bikes. COME TO SBK!!! The racing is better and you will be UNTOUCHABLE!!! Do it on a Kawasaki and I might die from sheer happiness...

Paddywac - Unregistered

October 03, 2012 2:37 PM

@Paul, it's good to see that people still like to make facts up. Bit like a fit Dani wipes the floor of Casey.

When I read that I thought back to LS and how both a fit Dani and jl wiped the floor on Casey.

Yep, people like to re write history on this site

Why can't you just give credit where it's due

WylieCoyote

October 03, 2012 2:46 PM

Challenge to the Stoner haters out there. Please give me a verbatim instance of when you think Stoner was whinging. Not an inaccurate summation but his actual words. Then nominate your favorite rider. I guarantee I can find a similar "whinge" from whomever you choose. He has never said anything that other riders have not said. But you think the sport will be better without his skill and talent on show? Is all you can think about when watching MotoGP is a few sentence a rider may or may not have said and may have been used out of context?

Guest - Unregistered

October 03, 2012 2:57 PM

I don't hate Stoner, I think he is an exceptional rider, no one can deny that. The difference between Rossi and Stoner is that Rossi is a fighter and Stoner is a quitter. That's why Rossi will go down in history as the greatest ever and Stoner will be remembered as someone who won the GP a couple of times and then retired. I feel sorry for his fans, it must be really disappointing for them.

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