MotoGP » 'Legend' Stoner ends MotoGP career on the podium

“My team are like my second family, we've been through a lot of ups and downs together and it's going to be difficult not to see them every week” – Casey Stoner.

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Giveway - Unregistered

November 11, 2012 11:04 PM

Guys, Casey didnt "quit", nor is he a "quitter". Retirement and quitting are two different things! Time some of you understood that... I dont need to say anymore to children.


November 11, 2012 11:09 PM

Here we go again. Quitting is when you give up and decide something is too hard. Like Rossi QUITTING Ducati. Retiring is when you have done a job for many years and have nothing left to accomplish in the job and you can afford to leave it. Casey is RETIRING. When he announced his RETIREMENT he was thrashing Pedrosa for the second year running and 1 point behind Lorenzo. So where is the B.S. coming from that he found it too hard or had too much competition?

Good Bye Moaner - Unregistered

November 11, 2012 11:15 PM

Stoner missed three races this year and Dani beat him by 78 points so even if Stoner had won the three races he missed and Dani scored no points in all three races Stoner would still have been beaten by his team mate what a Legend

x - Unregistered

November 11, 2012 11:24 PM

Katsuyuki? just in a week in motoGP,he could outperform Bens.what does it tell us IS that when a team wants and already decided,thing can be turned around as matter of hand.
that's also what's happened to Casey since the day of retirement proclamation.

Good Bye Moaner - Unregistered

November 11, 2012 11:24 PM

Quote king Casey can retire happy in the knowledge that he totally owned Rossi.

Yes for 3 of the 7 years they have been racing against each other Goat Rossi owned King Casey for the other 4 - Unregistered

November 11, 2012 11:25 PM

Some guys keep going on about his "unequaled" talent because he won on a Ducati. That is true but does not "prove" he is better than anyone else. I could throw equally valid "facts" to prove otherwise and to show he didn't match some feats of his rivals. For instance, he only won in one class - the 800 (and never could defend a title). Lorenzo won 125, 250, 800 and 1000. And lots more in total. Lorenzo won 2 titles and Stoner only won 1 during the years they raced together in Motogp. With such facts, I can prove that Lorenzo is definitely better than Stoner.

See? And I didn't need to mention multiple champions from the past or present.

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