MotoGP » Stoner puts 'torrid time' behind him with home pole.

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Stoner is important to MotoGP and will continue to be a title contender for the next 5 years. As a Stoner fan I do wish they would move off of the whole illness thing. When an illness can't be diagnosed as anything but fatigue, but the athlete is able to return to performance levels, then you have to wonder if this is a body or mind. I think Casey is admitting that this all started back in 2008 when he clearly lost a grip on a repeat title. I want Casey to dominate and be the one to take over from Rossi, but he needs some help with his head. He's not alone. When you are so mentally strong it can easily turn on you if things change.

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