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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The truth hurts. - Unregistered

October 03, 2012 3:38 PM

O That Truth.
All i said was there are a few silly people here posting insulting comments against Stoner.But the people who post them,complain about comments made about their favourite rider.People in glass houses etc.
I also suggested that some people may be happy to see Stoner retire because he keeps beating their favourite rider.A fairly accurate statement i think.

AvTech3 - Unregistered

October 03, 2012 3:53 PM

@WylieCoyote
May not be exactly what you want but a few years ago at the Riders for Health day at Donington Park, a fairly large crowd waited outside CS's motorhome, including several young children. CS appeared and completely ignored everyone - including the kids who just wanted his autograph.
Now, I can perhaps understand this attitude during a GP week-end but this was a Riders day! So don't try to tell me that CS doesn't act in this way as I saw it with my own eyes.
Shame he wasn't coached regarding public relations. Great rider with a fantastic opportunity missed.
Sadly, I have to say, I will not miss him.

daniel kuchnia

October 03, 2012 4:02 PM

Excellent news
We could only hope, that he is fit enough to have his normal pace all the weekend

After his comeback before PI, we have great oportunity to watch greatest rider.

If he finish not on top, its doesnt matter actually.

Im happy to watch treu racer on Jorge, Danis and Cals side.

Rossirules - Unregistered

October 03, 2012 4:02 PM

@AvTEch3
I saw the same thing here with Rossi, he said something Italian that my friend translated as "Not doing any today am sic of it, not today not want this crap today"

It was clear to everyone that he was having a bad day and something was wrong, didn't sign anything, just gave a fake smile and walked off to his car with friends in tow.

Sometimes they have bad days, I'm still a Rossi fan and took it as just that, a bad day. My Son was disappointed but I explained just like he has a bad day so can the big stars.

Seems like you want them to be shining all the time but get real, that just doesn't happen.

daniel kuchnia

October 03, 2012 4:02 PM

Excellent news
We could only hope, that he is fit enough to have his normal pace all the weekend

After his comeback before PI, we have great oportunity to watch greatest rider.

If he finish not on top, its doesnt matter actually.

Im happy to watch treu racer on Jorge, Danis and Cals side.

cals mouse - Unregistered

October 03, 2012 4:13 PM


@Motogp:

You know King Casey, the one who is gong to rescue Danny's title hopes, the one who showed Rossi how it should be done riding the Ducati, the greatest Moto Gp rider since 2006.... you know.

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