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Career Highlights: Casey Stoner

With this win at Silverstone, Stoner is the first Honda rider to win three successive MotoGP races since Rossi in 2003. This win also puts him in the lead of the world championship.
July 2011 USA/Laguna Seca/MotoGP - 1st
Wins for the 5th time in 2011 - the highest number of wins by a Honda rider during the 800cc era of MotoGP.
October 2011 Japan/Motegi/MotoGP - 3rd
Starts on pole for the 10th time in 2011 - a new record for most pole positions in a season during the MotoGP era.
October 2011 Australia/Phillip Island/MotoGP - 1st
Qualifies on pole for the eleventh time in 2011, wins his home race for the fifth successive year and clinches his second MotoGP world championship title.
November 2011 Valencia/Ricardo Tormo/MotoGP - 1st
Wins after qualifying on pole for the 12th time in 2011 to equal the record for most pole positions in the premier-class in a single season, set by Mick Doohan in 1997
May 2012 Portugal/Estoril/MotoGP - 1st
Wins for the first time at Estoril which resulted in him having won at every track that he had competed in the MotoGP class.
June 2012 Catalunya/MotoGP - 4th
This fourth place finish at the Catalan Grand Prix ended a sequence of 19 successive podium finishes.
October 2012 Australia/Phillip Island/MotoGP - 1st
Wins his home grand prix for the sixth successive year, after becoming the first rider in the MotoGP era to qualify on pole at a circuit for five successive years.
November 2012 Spain/Valencia/MotoGP - ?
Final race in MotoGP.




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British 125cc star Casey Stoner riding a Telefonica Honda as a wildcard in his home GP at Phillip Island, Australia.
Rossi going into ambulance, Aragon MotoGP race 2014
Rossi going into ambulance, Aragon MotoGP race 2014
Rossi going into ambulance, Aragon MotoGP race 2014
Rossi going into ambulance, Aragon MotoGP race 2014
Rossi going into ambulance, Aragon MotoGP race 2014
Rossi, Aragon MotoGP race 2014
Rossi, Aragon MotoGP race 2014
Rossi and Lorenzo bikes on tyre warmers, Aragon MotoGP race 2014
Marino, Aragon Moto2 race 2014
Marino, Aragon Moto2 race 2014
Marino, Aragon Moto2 Race 2014
Marino, Aragon Moto2 Race 2014
Rossi, Aragon MotoGP Race 2014
Crutchlow, Ducati team, Aragon MotoGP Race 2014
Crutchlow, Ducati team, Aragon MotoGP Race 2014
Rossi`s bike after crash, Aragon MotoGP Race 2014
Rossi, Aragon MotoGP Race 2014

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dacron

November 07, 2012 6:16 PM

this is an article showing stoners record in his short career. not a stoner verse rossi debate. there is no denying vales records as they are very impressive , at the same time it runs for twice as long as stoners short stint. only difference is stoner achieved most of these records on a ducati and against vale , whereas vale only achieved a small fraction of his against stoner and on a yamaha.

dacron

November 07, 2012 8:56 PM

@Nate Doggius. no mate he never won on the sat in 06 , a very close second to melandri though , and did lead a lot of races as well until the factories cut him down. his biggest problem in 06 was the second rate mitchelins he was using.



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