MotoGP » Video: Casey Stoner testing Honda MotoGP bike

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August 09, 2013 7:53 AM

People are reading too much into all this, fueled by desperation for Casey to return To MotoGP.

Casey has a unique way of riding, so can anyone really believe that Honda will make any changes on his recommendations? Dani and Marc are doing fine, why mess with the bike unless it's them that ask for changes?

Just let the guy and Honda have some fun.


August 09, 2013 9:57 AM


you are clearly unable to accept statistical fact said anyone capable to win the ducati in 07, but who? the ducati in 2007 was built around capirossi because casey was just joining the team and yet capirossi only manage to win just one race when he can win many races a year before...

what makes you proud of rossi in his early years in motogp? winning 5 conservative title in a row with full of mid-class rider? biaggi in his 30s in that time...gibernau? haha...LOL...

no disrespect to them, they are crazy on a two wheels but I just cannot accept how rossi's fanboys mentality

Joan Williams

August 09, 2013 10:29 AM

That video was great. Oh how I miss watching that man and his machine in harmony. Poetry in motion. MM#93 is exciting to watch and a great rider, but he's not CS#27. Those two on Repsol Hondas would be an unbeatable team.

Neil Tate

August 09, 2013 10:31 AM

Good to see Casey on a Bike. He is the Best rider of modern times,such a natural. He makes things look effortless. I will wish him the best on anything he chooses to do and will always be a fan of what ever he is doing.
N Tate Bridlington, England.


August 09, 2013 12:11 PM

Bad day when Casey retired not even marquez can match that style, seriously he is the fastest ever also the most exciting, really hope he returns and soon!!!

Should be Casey, Marquez and pedrosa on Honda's

Cal, Vale and George on the Factory Yams

Instead cal will be getting rich at the back on the Bangor Duke im afraid

What a championship we would have then

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