MotoGP » Casey Stoner: Six of the best

Neil Morrison picks six of Casey Stoner's best MotoGP races - which of Stoner's performances do you rate the highest?

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Hot Chilli Pepper - Unregistered

November 22, 2012 12:38 AM

I guess the Rossi Fanboys Just cannot allow anyone to suggest there hero (GOD) is anything other than the best citing all sorts of reasons ......
For all the Rubbish that Was stated about Stoner Laguna Seca was a fantastic race Best race of the Stoner Rossi Era
Interestingly had Stoner and crew Protested Rossi's of Track excusions (which when showed on slowmo were quite Clear) The rules State no Advantage can be gained Obviously Rossi Did Gain an Advantage

Had he been protested he would not have won the race in 2008 for all the moaner comments (total Rubbish in my eyes)Stoner Refuse to allow his team to protest So all the fanboy Nonsense has no basis
Stoner was a Racer of phenomenal Skill as has been proven he raced and Won on a bike lacking Front end Feel against simply the best bike the Yamaha.....The Stuff of Legends............... :)

Wsbk fan - Unregistered

November 22, 2012 12:39 AM

I never get enough of seeing Stoner racing! Too bad he decided to have quality time with his familiy..
And where the f**k are bmw, aprillia, triumph, mv agusta etc..? Are they too busy producing & selling production bikes worldwide or are they simply not interested in motogp or what? Cut the global economic crisis crap!
motogp desperately needs new participants and btw i've had enough of watching somebody who practically didn't do anything on a ducati and then crawled back to his YAMAMA!


November 22, 2012 1:54 AM

@27Overrated .
define spoilt brat?
if you mean being groomed with the best machinery and and people around you from the very beginning , or series organisers fixing and changing rules to hamper your rivals , then i don't think stoner was or is a spoilt brat , i would say a hard working hard driven polite young man who never rubbed his victories into his rivals faces is more fitting.
though his parents did sell there farm to get him into a camper van in Europe to get started , he did buy the original farm back for them ..
i do agree that what you see is what you get , i seen your post and got a headache.

Well are you? - Unregistered

November 22, 2012 2:20 AM

My god are the Rossi and stoner fans not sick of this by now??? Every dam article crash write that contains these names turns into 516126 comments of utter dribble
Can't wait till this broken record has been changed.

sonyok - Unregistered

November 22, 2012 3:17 AM

46's fans are used to telling CS is overrated b'cause they learn alot from their pake Idoll about how good it feels to underate/insult other riders'skill.
go on with your nonsense,fanboys!

Andrew - Unregistered

November 22, 2012 3:19 AM

Look I'll dearly miss Casey riding and his talent cannot be doubted - but I don't get it, you say "Stoner is the fourth most successful rider in the 63 year history of the premier-class, between Mick Doohan and Mike Hailwood". Mike Hailwood had 9 GP championship wins, including 14 TTs and 76 race wins. Mick Doohan was a 5 time GP champ. Which one is Casey supposed to be more successful than?


November 22, 2012 3:23 AM

Q: which of Stoner's performances do you rate the highest?

A: none of the above.

best performance was Motegi '07 R15 when he clinched the title on the italian upstart in the backyard of the Japanese Mega Factories. there were 3 rounds yet to be run.


November 22, 2012 3:34 AM

re: "Too bad he decided to have quality time with his familiy."

WTF...? TOO BAD...? nothing "bad" about man being a husband to his wife and a father to his child. this is the crux of all that is right with civilization. smarten up.

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