MotoGP » Stoner re-opens broken bone.

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Dangerous Dave Davies - Unregistered

August 29, 2008 6:16 PM

Oh what a disaster if Stoner can''t compete on level terms with Rossi, it will rob us of one of the closzeest Moto Gp championships in years.

I hope for his and our sakes that his wrist can stand the strain and Stoner can race on this year, what a blow.

Carrie Mathews - Unregistered

August 29, 2008 6:19 PM

Hope that Casey can race against Valentino, it's shaping up to be the best championship in ages, I still haven't recovered from Laguna, although Brno was a bit of a disappointment once Stoner fell off.

PaulVincent - Unregistered

August 29, 2008 6:51 PM

Something is wrong, wrong, wrong here. My hope is not only for this race and this year, but also that the broken bone does not affect CS for the remainder of his career.

Mike 1 - Unregistered

August 29, 2008 7:12 PM

Hi guys,I am at presant suffering the same injury including a few more broken ones in the wrist and I can tell you first hand I would rather be stoner than niki hayden now that is a painfull one!In the world of injurys its "Minor" and as for worring about the "rest" of his career "behave youself" I have just been up a ladder putting new guttering up on my own with it,mind you good excuse if he does not win I guess?? If it is a continual problem they will put a pin in it "simple" :rolleyes:

Jack Mordino

August 29, 2008 7:20 PM

I had broken my left scaphoid (amongst others) about two years ago. I was told by the doctors that it is a particularly nasty type of brake because this tiny bone is fed with blood only from one side, so if it's broken half of it receives no blood at all. This means it heals very difficult, if it heals at all. Eventually they inserted a screw in it which will never be removed. At least now I have an armored scaphoid!

Stoner's incident proved the doctors right. What a pitty, he's the only one capable of fighting with Rossi...

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