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Haha..take it easy lads. I may not be Caseys biggest fan but, there is no questioning his talent and pace. What I am questioning is his commitment and work ethic..he's an Aussie after-all? The bike has documented issues. Stoner himself said they needed to work harder yet, the lowest lap count of anybody all winter? ONE third distance race simulation at the death? These are valid points are they not? Casey is great when he's happy/winning..let's hope for your sakes he DOES know what he's doing, because if it starts to go a bit pear-shaped, he can't ride around the problems in a RACE and the dummy starts to re-emerge..it will be very interesting indeed. He's odds-on favourite, you should be loving life..just saying I'd think twice before putting my house/kennel on him..and there could well be a few homeless #27ers by November.



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