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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professor-x - Unregistered

October 21, 2012 4:09 AM

the tire change was for Jorge's benefit, not Dani's. Dani has indeed turned it up a notch since Casey left and he got more support at the team (the back end of the garage.) Dani is getting the same levels of support as Jorge now, so hes got a solid bike, less the chatter that is slowing down the Hondas and the Ducati's.

Honda was not meant to win this year so Yamaha and Honda could do vs again next year with Marquez and Jorge, its so obvious a bat could see it, but most people are more blind than that. This stuff is about as interesting as a soap opera. Its rigged and its meant to appeal to the lower common denominator that want to be distracted and watch commercials and buy stupid cr*p.

Never say never

October 21, 2012 4:48 AM

Hey Wylie.
A few weeks ago you stated there would be a record crowd at P.I. for Stoners final race at the track. Well I just got a pro mo thing in the mail Wed 17th telling me there are still tickets (grandstand) available, and would I like some. lol.
Also you never got back to me on your relationship with the Stoner family. Step brother, cousin, uncle?

dee - Unregistered

October 21, 2012 4:57 AM

Yes been busy to Felex is it still Rossi 7 W.Cs TO Casey 2 thought so, lets hear the list of excuses you'll come up with for that most important stat.Let me help bla bla bla bla bla bla oh and more bla bla bla bla bs from you CS fans,Stoner a legend in his own mind.


October 21, 2012 5:41 AM
Last Edited 1290 days ago

@Never say never .
pi is already way over record sales and has been for months.
there is less than 100 grandstand ticks left so you may want to take up the offer.
there was extra grandstands built to keep up with the demand.

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