MotoGP » Casey Stoner not expecting Honda team orders

“They haven't asked. I don't believe they will” - Casey Stoner.

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MB - Unregistered

October 12, 2012 8:28 AM

I can guarantee you that if any of you were in that position, you would not give up a position for a team mate, unless ordered to do so. No one will. It's bull anyway - every rider is riding for his own championship points.

Mogbutt - Unregistered

October 12, 2012 12:20 PM

Maybe, just maybe Stonre should think about the TEAM effort and offer to help Dani. Perhaps he could kick out and punch Jorge like he has at other riders in the past.

Casey who? - Unregistered

October 12, 2012 7:43 PM

@ self help

"A certain Yamaha rider returning from injury tried to run his team mate Jorge off the track, even though he himself had no Chance of the title"

Jorge didn't have to fight with Rossi at Motegi as Rossi was no threat to Jorge's WC points haul. He could have just let him past but HIS EGO wouldn't allow it.

After a bit of 50/50 fairing-bashing, Jorge went crying to Wilco with his tail firmly between his legs.

There'll be trouble next season if Rossi's bike suffers from half as many problems as Ben's bike has this year.

Objective - Unregistered

October 20, 2012 8:18 AM

I doubt Stoner will be in a position to "help" Dani anyway. However, if he was, he might surprise a few people. There is a lot of mutual respect between Dani and Stoner and in the past Stoner said that he would like to see Dani win a championship.

If he somehow does manage to get in front of George he will have a very wide bike methinks.

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