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Stoner back on track - with four-wheels.

Casey Stoner back on track - with four-wheels.
While Valentino Rossi has been reflecting on one of his most famous MotoGP battles with Casey Stoner, the newly retired Australian is reported to have been testing a V8 Supercar.

Double world champion Stoner, who quit MotoGP at the age of just 27, has long been linked with a switch to the prestigious Australian Touring Car series.

Stoner first drove a V8 Supercar just over a year ago (pictured) and his return to the wheel of a Triple 8 Holden Commodore is seen as further proof of his intentions, although no announcement of any race deal has so far been made.



Tagged as: V8 Supercar , Casey Stoner

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pp916 - Unregistered

December 11, 2012 3:38 PM

Your examples there are a perfect illustration of one of the many reasons he got out.....he is still physically in pretty good condition, sadly of your 3 up there on the pedestal only one could climb up on his own and even he looks like his lower arms & hands have been repeatedly put thro' a mangle. Retirement is a voluntary thing, I'm not sure any of your 3 retired totally voluntarily....more like 'enforced retirement due to injury'.



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