MotoGP » Video: Casey Stoner testing Honda MotoGP bike

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August 08, 2013 8:45 PM

It's strange when u think you'll never see him on a bike ever again. Then he's back on it, it makes you watch every single microsecond of the footage. I suppose it's because we realised the 'you never know what you have until its gone' thing.. Like someone coming back from the dead. Was never a big fan of his but i do appreciate his talent. Good to see him again.


August 08, 2013 9:23 PM

@Livio LOL! In his current form I agree. If history were to (unlikely) repeat itself and MM retired in his prime lets say 5 years from now, we'd all be foaming at the mouth at the thought of seeing him back on the bike after a year just like some are now with CS. My point, well most great champs would generate similar anticipation so imo Casey is not massively different from any other.


August 08, 2013 11:02 PM

FOAT? That means that all lap records set by the man will never be beaten.

Almost. Thing is MM is only 20 and won't have to wait 5 years to be in his prime. And at that age CS had only 1 championship and was attempting to prevent the Ducati from throwing him off. I'd be surprised if MM had only 1 title by then.


August 09, 2013 12:47 AM

I wouldn't have put that video up as he looks slow, Uh maybe thats why he's backing out of a wild carding..

we couldn't have asked or gotten a better Stoner replacement. #93 is were it be!!!

Stay home Stone it's good and quite


August 09, 2013 1:23 AM

Looks like that was mostly filmed on the first day when he only got 6 laps on because of the rain, so he wasnt pushing that hard from the footage. Having said that its just great to see one of the best ever on a motogp bike again. :)

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