MotoGP » Casey Stoner to retire from MotoGP!

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He said the sport has changed so much that he isnt enjoying it anymore. Perhaps he means the sport is now all about the money? As in priority given to a rider who brings in more money? For all his talent and speed he isnt even the 2nd best paid rider... Whilst money sounds materialistic it is also the value u would give for someone to do the job. So many questions come to mind. Even made me think of this deja vu to that of Schwantz's exit from the sport. How he was horrified looking at Rainey, and perhaps much more behind the scenes. But as I said earlier legends come n go. Thank you Stoner for all that u gave.

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