MotoGP » Fall then pole for Stoner in Australia

Casey Stoner takes pole position for the Australian MotoGP at Phillip Island, despite a highside fall.

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October 27, 2012 6:05 AM

Classic ride from Stoner in tricky conditions. It will interesting to see if Dani can get his usual quick launch tomorrow and be in front of Lorenzo at turn 1. It is always difficult pouring into turn 1 three abreast and trying to get on the racing line for turn 2.


October 27, 2012 6:07 AM

I'm sure all the oz fans were on ten today
And seen what Mick in the pits had to say
Did you notice the size of the tool that big spanner
Well you and I know it's not in the same league as LCTanner.


October 27, 2012 6:45 AM

G'Day mate as usual you have a way to put it that sums it up,I like it.
Yea mate I hope everything goes well tomorrow I still cant belive we will not see him in Aus again,I think I will have a bit of a lump in the throat tomorrow and be very thankful that I had the privalage to see him race he has done us proud here in Aus.

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