MotoGP » Casey Stoner set for V8 Supercar deal?

Australian newspaper says V8 Supercar deal is done - Casey Stoner insists "I haven't decided yet"...

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billywiz - Unregistered

January 21, 2013 12:42 AM

Other way around methinks. Rossi would not have Honda back.
Anyone for a Ferrari F1 test... or WRC drive.. no. OK how about some obscure sh1tty saloon car racing known only in Australia. Bit like Aussie rules really.
Champion of your own goldfish bowl.


January 21, 2013 1:02 AM

i'm not sure how vales f1 test turned out but last year the ferrari f1 team headman was asked what bike racer he would like in his team if he could have the choice , his reply was casey stoner and marco simonchelli .
seems anyone who is anyone in racing holds stoner in a much higher regard than a lot of crash keyboard hunters.

rossis#1fan - Unregistered

January 21, 2013 1:44 AM

thank you billywiz, you are obviously rossi's #3 fan after me and lctanner of course. finally somebody else realizes nobody can stop rossi and he will win every race this year since hes on one of the best bikes. if he wasn't riding a crt, i mean ducati, last year all us rossi fans know he would have won the 'ship in 11 & 12 too. he'll for sure be the first rider to have more than 100 premier class wins, hes already at 79!!!

Yes - Unregistered

January 21, 2013 2:18 AM

I believe Stoner will return to motogp. It's just a matter of time. And i believe he'll return to motogp before he hits 29.
Now be my guess. Disagree, please. :D


January 21, 2013 5:44 AM

i don't know why he never mentioned vale.
all i know is he explained why he would choose stoner or marco.
if i remember right he chose stoner because of his natural ability to be instantly fast at a very high pace, explaining that this quality is a mental strength that most riders/drivers never find and is a must to be a race winner.
he said similar of marco .

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