MotoGP » 'Fairytale' final home win for Casey Stoner

“It was very important for me to win a race before I retire and to do it at my home grand prix was just fairytale" - Casey Stoner.

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October 29, 2012 10:58 AM

An interesting quote!

" Rossi said, he still failed to understand how come Casey Stoner was so successful on the Ducati where everyone else failed, Casey was the only one rider who could be fast with the Ducati "

Have a guess Val.


October 29, 2012 11:10 AM

An interesting quote !

Stoner said" he still failed to understand how come valentino was so successful on the yamaha where everyone else failed. Valentino was the only one rider who could be that fast with the yamaha."

Have a guess Casey


October 29, 2012 11:25 AM

@LCtanner .
mystic meg is my mother.
on another note , you don't have to have super powers to see pedro had no chance to take the title outside jlo coming off.
my mother reveled to me that just won't happen because jlo is playing smart points , it worked perfect for him.


October 29, 2012 12:28 PM

"(Casey is) now 4th on all-time premier class winners list? I believe this win now puts him ahead of Hailwood. Posted by Slide Rules!"
Ahead of Hailwood ? I'll believe that when I see Casey make a come-back after 10 years retirement and beat all-comers in the top class like Hailwood did at the IoM TT in 1978.
Legends like Hailwood and Agostini and Yer Maun Joey Dunlop will still be heroes long after the name Stoner has faded in the history books.
I don't mean to belittle Stoners achievements, he was stupendous while it lasted, especially at P.I., but we need to keep a sense of perspective.

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