MotoGP » Casey Stoner still struggling with ankle injury

"I still can't get the flexibility required in the right corners" - Casey Stoner.

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Dave - Unregistered

November 09, 2012 10:51 PM

"In a way I'm quite glad it spoiled the show and Moto GP was shown for the more or less charade its been for a while.

But that it prevented Stoner from going out showing the world just how good he really is is tragic."

...what, your not convinced how great he is??? or do you mean its a shame he couldnt provide more titles to enable his fans to legitimately make such claims?

Wastedhaterssuk - Unregistered

November 09, 2012 10:52 PM

Stoner haters hate themselves and decent racing enthusiasts have to wade through their crap to find reasonable comments. Tiresome I assure you. Please get of this website cause you stink!

Dave - Unregistered

November 09, 2012 10:58 PM

What is tiresome is the haters jumping all over rossi regardless of any explanation but then turning around and accepting any dribble offered by stoner as "telling it how it is"

I didnt realize stoner was the only person on the planet to be 100 percent honest 100 percent of the time

More shocking is to discover from haters posts that rossi eats children and slithers from one lie to the next.

Reality is that crap is still crap regardless of who says it and regardless of which rider you support.

Slide Rules! - Unregistered

November 09, 2012 11:05 PM

A rider offers a reasonable excuse as to why he wasn't so quick, recovering right ankle, predominantly right hand corners, doesn't want to push too hard in the wet, no time in FP2.
I bet those criticising him still don't have the balls to bet against him winning though.


November 09, 2012 11:56 PM

it was clear watching live he was simply strolling around and only pushed on a couple of sectors every now and then.
it was wet and the new tarmac was a question mark for everyone.
thing is those few sectors he did push showed red , so there is no worries about being up there when he decides to lay it down.
i suspect he wasn't going to bother pushing on the wet friday to make sure he did no damage to the ankle and spoil the days that matter most.
i have no doubt he can pole and win the race with the damaged ankle.
if he does pole then thats 5 in a row here.

nafa - Unregistered

November 10, 2012 12:33 AM

Crash.. do you check I.P Addresses because it seems that there are a lot of posters all of a sudden with the same comments. very curious.


November 10, 2012 3:04 AM many crashed at that same corner? Were they pushing the bikes or going any faster than the ones who didn't crash? It was the uneven surface that made a whole group of the world's best riders crash. Some landed OK. Stoner landed awkwardly and sustained the only injury that has ever stopped him racing in all his years in the championship. Glad to know he was acting with the Lactose Intolerance. With the way he looked like death warmed up and the worried looks of Dr Costa he fooled the world. So now he is not racing he is sure to take up acting and win an Oscar or two.

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