MotoGP » Casey Stoner testing V8 Supercar


Casey Stoner back on track - with four-wheels.

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bikenut

December 12, 2012 11:47 PM

"there is no point continuing in a sport that constantly changes the rules and regulations in the hope it will slow down the fastest riders and beef up the slower riders all in the name of the spectacle." posted by
@Dacron
I think you have hit the nail on the head!

crutchdog - Unregistered

December 13, 2012 5:21 PM

Crash, why is this under the Motogp section? Should be in the car section as he has now left Motogp and is testing a car. Stirring up the kids causes tears and stops them going to bed on time! Wise up please.

WylieCoyote

December 14, 2012 6:47 AM

So people who have no idea about V8 Supercars are suddenly experts because they need to keep saying bad things about Stoner. Stoner's comment about Frosty was as a private citizen watching the race. Hundreds of people twitted equivalent messages but Frosty decided to concentrate on Stoner's because he wanted to get the Ford fans to rally against the upcoming threat. Stoner has no idea how he will do in V8s. He has never said he will automatically earn a place on the grid or the championship. Comparing his approach to Bayliss' is silly. Bayliss jumped into the premier class in the worst car on the grid. Stoner is preparing to race in the feeder class in the best car on the grid. The car that won the premier class for the last two years in a team that has won the premier class the last 4 out of 5 years and came 1st or 2nd in the feeder class for the last two. This team has the pick of all the upcoming drivers and thinks that Casey is the way to go. So either they are idiots or they see

Mace - Unregistered

December 15, 2012 10:26 PM

Stoner has gone out on a high.
If he does nothing he will always be rembered as a champion, look at Mick Doonan.
Going to V8's didnt work for Wayne Gardner
Returning from retirement didnt work for Micheal Schumacher
Whatever he does hes got to do it quick

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