MotoGP » Stoner targets continued improvements

Casey Stoner hopes that improvements made by Ducati in Aragon will help him fight for a second straight MotoGP victory in Japan

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Dave - Unregistered

September 30, 2010 1:06 PM

Seems the honeymoon is over for Dani, apart from this year, his vists to the top step of the podium have been singularly lacking.

In the same article referenced above it seems that Honda's patience with the Puig/Pedrosa effort has run out, to the extent that they are even willing to risk the sponsorship from Spanish company Repsol.

Quote: "Honda vice-president Shuhei Nakamoto is standing firm and has said that if changes in team structure need to be made then "that is what I will do.""

You can't blame Homda for wanting to move on, it has been lean pickings since Nicky Hayden delivered for them in 2006.

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