MotoGP » Phillip Island hoping for Stoner appearance

"Honda had three bikes in their garage [in 2011] - this year Casey might be that third rider"

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August 03, 2013 8:39 PM

2 points.
Firstly the only reason PI are interested in having stoner back is $$$$$, not one iota of concern for racing. Pity they don't splash some cash at their third world facilities.
Secondly, if moaner comes back he would have to take out the championship on hypocrisy after bagging out the GP world.


August 04, 2013 11:13 PM

Well, i'm an aussie, and i'm also a fan of Casey, and i think he's one of the fastest riders ever, but from watching him over the years there's one thing he doesn't seem to like and that's close quarters bar banging style racing. i'd think he would not like to race with MM just like he didn't like it when VR used to get a bit physical.


August 05, 2013 9:55 AM

I'd like to see the testing results tomorrow too, but i doubt they will release it. I also dont think we'll see him at Phillip Island, as awesome as that would be. He's got exactly what he wants at the moment by being able to test the bikes and not have to do PR or put up with ever changnig rules. He'll just be happy blasting about on a motogp bike i'd say.


August 07, 2013 1:42 AM

Mark my words he will race...As Rossi and all the rest are getting beat by the Magnifico 93. Casey will be right up for racing at PI just to show them up or try as i think even in PI 93 will be the one to beat...


August 07, 2013 7:23 AM

Would they let it happen if the championship is (hopefully) that close? - NOT! As much as I wanna see Casey smoking everyone (that includes you Rossi & Marc too :p) at P.Island, this is something not possible. Cross fingers. (me hoping they allow Casey)

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