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Former MotoGP star Casey Stoner's latest test with Honda thwarted by wet conditions at Motegi

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wosideg

September 06, 2013 1:00 AM
Last Edited 475 days ago

What do I make of that?
Mate..you need to take a few more pills.

Casey ain't coming back..or ever backing a title up to stop us sniggering.
Try and put the pain and anguish to bed..you're making the place look run down and scruffy.

RaceCrafter

September 06, 2013 1:17 AM

no matter if he comes back or not, during the 2006-2012 casey stoner had the most wins percentage during that time. NO one can take that away from him.

OH and add also, Valentino will never win another championsihp again. He'll be happy trotting around fourth place for the rest of his career to appease to fanboys like you! enjoy!

RealDeal

September 06, 2013 2:25 AM
Last Edited 475 days ago

They got Stoner because of his speed. The guy is fast no doubt. The rest like settings will be tweaked by a rider depending on his style. Stoner is not developing the bike but testing it. Remember this is Honda. At Honda, the rider is just a tool and all credit goes to the bike. Besides he is the biggest whiner of them all. So for sure he'll moan like hell to the engineers if the bike isn't up to his whining standards of one hit wonder. Also, Honda is not paying Stoner but Stoner is paying Honda. In fact, he begged for it.

FredGassit

September 06, 2013 3:56 AM

@realdeal
So you're privy to Honda's contracts?
I would hazzard aguess that Casey is on a retainer to Honda for a couple of years.
A smart business move to stop him going to another manufacturer. It also means they can call on him to test their bikes and provide input. See providing input is not actually developing a bike, that's done by the backroom boys and their computers.
Re-read you're last two sentences - I would say that's a fair definition of whining....

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