MotoGP » Downbeat Stoner: Our potential is much higher


'It's been a really disappointing weekend. Every step we take to try and improve the bike, we make it worse and it's becoming very frustrating' - Casey Stoner

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Garrett from South Africa - Unregistered

October 20, 2012 1:39 PM

Stoner is not 100% perfect due to injury , if he was not injured maybe a different story !! He has a big load on his shoulders ....meaning Rossi came back after 3 missing half injured , CS same but only ankle ! Rossi won a race and had a few podiums and finished 3rd in Champs table ! Thw world is watching but not aware ...but this is on CS mind as everyone will compare him to Rossi comeback ...good luck Casey but I think dovi will spoil party for you !!! soory mate ! next big question can he win at PI no Dani will ! lets go racing can't wait for 2morrows race ! hope its raining like in 2009 when CS won .....I am s Rossi fan thru n thru ....The Dr cld win in the rain !

The truth hurts. - Unregistered

October 20, 2012 2:31 PM

Garrett.has anyone told you that a joint injury is far harder to heal than a bone break?
Go ask any doctor and see what they say.Joints are far more complex than single bones.A bone will heal in no time,but a damaged joint may never completely heal.And thats not my opinion,its fact.

Barry pure fact. - Unregistered

October 20, 2012 3:04 PM

Given stoners age and the Honda Rossi would have reeled 4 or 5 titles on the bounce before getting bored. Casey has been absolutely hopeless thus year even before injury on wha is easily the best bike at least Rossi has an excuse with the duke. After all even the one hit wonder was doing shyte on the duke when he left.

billie_morini - Unregistered

October 20, 2012 3:13 PM

Something about potential outweighing talent,,,oh, never mind. Seriously, it is interesting with all yhe skill and resources that setup changes would produce very negative results. Stoner is naturally fast and it is unfortunate he will leave the sport.

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