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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Ron - Unregistered

October 26, 2012 2:22 AM

@46

You do relise that Rossi's old Honda's are in a museum and have no relevence to todays RCV, its had two full engine spec (and thats just capacity) swaps in that time.

Same with Stoner's Ducati

And Rossi's Yamaha's too.

The bikes change, get over who rode what at some point.

billywiz - Unregistered

October 26, 2012 4:43 AM

Pleeeeeeze let it be a good race on Sunday. With 4 laps to go, three leaders with in a second of each other will do nicely thank you.
To be honest I hope it rains again, seems to be the only time you get any excitement nowadays.

Tooteez - Unregistered

October 26, 2012 1:34 PM

@ hahaha
wiyh your snide shot at nikisan I do hope you were not referring to the Costa Concordia passengers going overboard along with their heroic Captain

Joe Blow - Unregistered

October 26, 2012 3:01 PM

Do they teach math in Australia?

Because its all simple math, and once you do it the math just doesnt add up for Casey.

His legacy will always be: fast rider, mediocre racer. Squandered his talent by poor mental and emotional skills coupled with a narcissistic and petulant character.

I stood in park ferme last year before first practice. Almost no one there yet. Stoner came out and walked right past about 10 fans, some just school age, without even a nod. Head down, looking like this was the last place in the world he wanted to be. Five minutes later
Rossi walks out, huge smile, stops and chats, poses for pictures with his fans. The crowd loves him.

No wonder you can count his fan's on one hand while Rossi, even in decline, is beloved.

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