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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ERSanchez - Unregistered

January 19, 2013 8:47 PM

so the truth comes out...he only quite MotoGP because it was too dangerous. Maybe his switch had more to do with his wife than himself? Coincidence maybe...new baby, new wife...new career!

WylieCoyote

January 19, 2013 8:52 PM

2nd Tier is not 2nd rate you complete *****s. So Martez is 2nd rate because he raced in the 2nd tier Moto2 class? Many of the drivers in the Dunlop series end up co-piloting, and winning, in the best 1st Tier cars in the endurance races. The car he has been given has won more races than any other in the 1st Tier competition. He is being backed by the best team in the competition. He has just purchased a $5 million dollar house on the Gold Coast and is living his dream whilst you guys think you are somehow superior to him because you hide anonymously behind a keyboard and make inane remarks. And even when driving V8 Supercars he will still be the best MotoGP rider alive today.

simon - Unregistered

January 19, 2013 9:04 PM

@ Skinny dave. You have made an excellent comment. I dont often reply,but your comment is worth it. I Too am a Rossi fan. But i also wish Stoner the best for the future,and all the races this wont be the same without Casey. He was and still is a highly skilled sportsman,and worked hard to get where he is today. Moto gp wont be the same without him.And as much as i look forward to seeing Vale back on the Yam.I am also thinking of watching the V8 supercar racing now too. Thanks Mr Stoner,for keeping your foot in the door.

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