MotoGP » Stoner, Abraham argue at Mugello test


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Don-R

July 12, 2011 12:21 PM

I'm amazed there are still riders out there who try and grab a tow from Casey. It's not like his opinion on it isn't well known in the paddock. You'd think most riders would know by now that it's something you don't do without expecting some consequence.

fanatic - Unregistered

July 12, 2011 12:21 PM

Listen to you *****s. Karel admitted he wanted to follow Stoner to try and learn from him. Why would Stoner allow him to do that? It's not a charity. He allows teammates to follow him to learn his lines as he has done for Nicky and Dovi, but not for those outside his team. Testing is not a time for riding close to each other. You test and do your own thing and stay out of everyone else's way.
And for those that have never raced bikes, having another bike sitting in your slipstream actually slows you down, so Casey's testing is affected by having another bike up his ****. Not to mention him being concerned one of these backmarkers might screw up and take him out and ruin his title hopes.

you Rossi fans will look for any excuse to hate on him. Get used to it... you will be hating him for many years to come. Rossi may never beat him again.

.. - Unregistered

July 12, 2011 12:19 PM
Last Edited 1096 days ago

Strange I remember if you were on a lesser bike, team or just inexperienced when testing or qualifying youd try and get the odd tow through a section or two normally off someone running at the front BECAUSE THATS HOW YOU LEARN AND PROGRESS.... has Stoner lost his memory since he's become a Superstar. Or does he actually belive he was born this fast and didnt have to learn or progress. Say what you want about KB "daddys money" etc but the fact is he's new,learning and I think very good.This whole this is ridiculas did you here him shout "GET OUT OF MY WAY"

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shuggiemac

July 12, 2011 12:16 PM

Here we go again - Abraham is only here because of his Dad. That is complete and utter rot. It may be funded by his old mans company but he still has to ride it and he is showing all the ignorant ******* this season that ride it he can. Stoner would not be in Moto GP if his parents had not sacrificed everything financially to get him through racing. Vale came from a privileged background where his family connections definitely opened doors. There are precious few riders whose family come from a sink hole council estate and can't make ends meet.
Abraham tested the Ducati last year and the factory saw what he could do. His telemetry showed how well he can ride the bike and that is why they agreed to let Cardion AB have their bike. Of course they had to pay for it but Abaja is deservedly there and he has already shown this season that his place is merited.

haha - Unregistered

July 12, 2011 11:24 AM

What are you talking about aeolus, who came over to who behaving like a child ... what's so distressing about it ? Are you worried about it ?

aeolus

July 12, 2011 11:20 AM

Casey's a champion and on his good days no one can touch him but it is distressing to see him behave like a spoiled child. But that's Casey, like it or not. I think what would be good for him is to have Simo lean on him a little.

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