MotoGP » Stoner: Ankle worse but it won't affect me

“The ankle is definitely worse than when I first came back. I'm having a lot more trouble just getting around, but I don't think it will affect me on the bike” - Casey Stoner.

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October 25, 2012 1:30 PM

Like him or loath him , he is a superb MotoGP rider with immense natural speed and talent and will be very much missed next year . Why do some people take dislikes to certain riders/drivers for no particular reason ?, they are ALL fantastic guys with skill we could only dream about . Stoner had a major off , of course his ankle is hurting , we should all wish him well in his last few races, He provided great racing and entertainment for many years.

blue hurricane - Unregistered

October 25, 2012 1:34 PM

of course you are right Bob, I meant specifically PI were he has a winning streak.
Him getting beat fair and square at PI will be a reflection on this years CS, his retirement being the final chapter.

Like Jlo said in 2010 - game over


October 25, 2012 1:36 PM
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It's just amazing how stupid some people are. Still, after achieve NOTHING on THE SAME BIKE Stoner won a world title on, the "GOAT" still garners such feverish support. Rossy won titles on the best machinery and now complains it's "boring" because he's mid pack race after race. Rossy turns up at Ducati, nothing. Honda wins a world title the same day Stoner turns up despite having Pedrosa there for 4 years. Hmm... Oh yeah, it's "the rider" right??

PS Cya at the island.

LAnski - Unregistered

October 25, 2012 1:48 PM

by mentioning Honda CBR1000....

Honda will keep stoner on a retainer and make him sign a contract that will prevent him from competitively racing other brands... (like Ferrari paid raikonnen). If stoner got bored and decides to make a comeback, honda will make sure he rides a honda. too bad, he will never ride that ducati again, because he will be contractually obligated not to...

freetrial - Unregistered

October 25, 2012 1:57 PM

if you start racing as a little kind and living on a tour bus at 15, you end up old and retiring at 27.
Biaggi is winning at 41 because he never went on race bike util he was 18...

anyway, good luck to Casey, hopefully he can close with a win

NVC - Unregistered

October 25, 2012 2:02 PM

@Fraud 27

Give it a rest for one thread, one race week. You are genuinely more boring than some people on here are suggesting the racing is becoming. They are wrong and so are you. You've been droning for longer than Rossi's losing streak. I'd like to see him win another race one day, but not nearly as much as I'd like to see you say something less fraudulent or nothing at all and my name isn't Robinson Crusoe!!!

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