MotoGP » Casey Stoner: Career highlights

A selection of highlights and milestones from Casey Stoner's grand prix career. The double world champion will retire after Sunday's Valencia MotoGP season finale...

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Lights - Unregistered

November 07, 2012 5:24 PM

In comparision, Rossi's career highlights cannot be summed up in just one article or even a book. You would need a library.

Watch how Rossi wins this last race.

nowhere rossi is - Unregistered

November 07, 2012 5:44 PM

Stoner a man on records, or a past record broken rider: youngest moto gp champion evr as spencer, most poles as doohan. He looks like Vetel hold many records.

Rossi's die hard fanboys keep talking about what happn at Laguna 08 to little stoner.
Rea comment about aragon 12 just made me laught a lot.

I thought j. Rea learnt from rossi how to break rider chasing you right on ur tail like what rossi did to stonr at Laguna 08. Did you john?
John you just learnt it well, you also did apply it well.. Wondering, Why did you apply it to your mentor first ''THE MASTER OF CHEAT'' ?


November 07, 2012 6:16 PM

this is an article showing stoners record in his short career.
not a stoner verse rossi debate.
there is no denying vales records as they are very impressive , at the same time it runs for twice as long as stoners short stint.
only difference is stoner achieved most of these records on a ducati and against vale , whereas vale only achieved a small fraction of his against stoner and on a yamaha.

someone - Unregistered

November 07, 2012 6:42 PM

im wondering if the "the truth hurts" still exist after he's hero was gone.

this article is amazing, let alone the comparison. so many here are just commenting for the sake of their own hate to rossi.

RossiGOAT - Unregistered

November 07, 2012 6:55 PM

Great and impressive career. A very fast rider and a top 10 legend. This is his time in the spotlight and I see no need to compare Rossi. When Rossi's time to retire comes we will be celebrating the retirement of the GREATEST rider in history, but that is not now. Now we celebrate possibly the FASTEST rider in history.

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