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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JB - Unregistered

October 20, 2012 4:09 PM

@ Barry... Why does Rossi have an excuse on the Ducati? What is his excuse...? Please explain... Casey (as you call him the 'one hit wonder' showed the world how to ride that bike and took the WC that year./.. Why now, does Rossi 'have an excuse'... I'd love to hear your explanation...

tom cat - Unregistered

October 20, 2012 10:20 PM

let's look at the fact's, not he did this or he did that,stoner was world champ on the duc in 2008,ducati had an advantage over the japs via more power not handling,after 2008 the rest started to catch up and stoner won less and less races,no improvment from ducati,stoner goes to honda another bike already sorted one more world championship,and then a patern develops, wins start to get less casey starts to get fed up,perhaps its a good thing he retiring or where else would he go ????.

professor-x - Unregistered

October 21, 2012 2:10 AM

sorry Casey, but you are the weakest link ... politically, your done, dont expect to beat Dani anymore, its called politics, not racing, and its why you are leaving, because it was never about racing, dont blow your hard earned money on commercial bs Casey, take care of your family and yourself. Just make sure there is no confusion at PI, and your bike suffering Ben Spies setup issues.


October 21, 2012 3:00 AM

Danny has done absolutely zero on the Honda compared to Stoner but he is somehow the better rider? Casey thrashed him in 2011 and was easily ahead of Danny in 2012 before they changed the tire to the one Honda rejected and the other teams voted for. Casey's style is completely different than Danny's so the effect of this tire change was different for both. But still he pushes 100% and does not sit back and trundle around without effort like the majority of riders when things are not perfect. I laugh at the idiots who say he should do more laps. He won 2 world championships and has dozens of pole positions from doing the short stints. Glad you know better than him and his mechanics. Somehow a thing that need adjusting after two laps is going to do that without pitting? Miracle!

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