MotoGP » Simon disagrees with Stoner

Julian Simon disagrees with Casey Stoner's recent comments on MotoGP.

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Hoodie - Unregistered

February 01, 2013 10:32 AM

Casey wants nuff respec, innit, dont diss im by goin slower, followin him, comin close to im....bein on the same track basically...das not fair dinkum ansd shows you aint got nuff respect! Laters homies.

What a Joke - Unregistered

February 01, 2013 10:40 AM
Last Edited 137 days ago

All this time complaining and open is mouth to talck about Marco and he dont even go to is funeral only make me think how joke this guy is... He talck about Marco and when he die he go home to is famaly, wille the other riders go pay tribute to Marco.. This is a unique situacion that Casey could only miss if is dougther was coming to the world, but this was not the case.. You know Casey like to be speaciall..

He wil take an hard lesson on v8 SuperStars and will cry hard for return to motogp..

yoyox - Unregistered

February 01, 2013 10:48 AM

Casey disrespect other riders first and other riders disrespect him in return. What did he do to RdP? very arrogant.
Very strange, he still do not understand the risk of racing. If he does not want to take the risk than just watch it on TV!


February 01, 2013 10:50 AM
Last Edited 1184 days ago

Apart from his disagree, to which I tend to subscribe, it's more important Julian's prediction regarding Casey's probable next move in mGP, which I also agree with it.

Sweeble - Unregistered

February 01, 2013 10:51 AM

Seems to me that Julian Simon's comments were perfectly respectfully delivered and can be agreed or disagreed with in that spirit, unlike the usual bile that gets spilled by some fans here. Perhaps it's this endless rudeness and prejudice that Casey finds tiring. Whether you're a fan of Casey's or not, he was a great and entertaining rider who was not afraid to speak his mind. I'd welcome him back.


February 01, 2013 10:57 AM

Marco's accident was freakish. The only way to avoid it would be to have no one else on the track.

Saying that though, Casey is entitled to his opinion and if he feels the risks outweigh the rewards, that's up to him. He always divides opinion though haha.

Some say that's "speaking your mind" some see it as petulance.

I do think (hope) he'll be back on a Moto GP bike in some shape or form in the future though.

mike - Unregistered

February 01, 2013 11:00 AM

I don't think anyone's forgotton about Simo. Sounds like Stoner would rather time-trial if he's so afraid of 'Biff & Barge', except he hasn't the plums to do that either!
I love to think, that every time he's sat at the traffic lights, he see's a yellow 46 sticker on the car in front ( there's lots of 'em! ), and it reminds him of how he always came out 2nd best during 1 on 1 combat.
And yes, we do want to see Biff & Barge. You don't hear anyone else complaining.
He'd last half a lap in WSBK!!!!

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