MotoGP » Casey Stoner: Why I'm leaving MotoGP

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I really wish he was leaving because he was content with his accomplishments and ready to live a family life, but if you really read his comments, he is leaving because he took alot of the criticism to heart. Even in his moment of reflection he really does show his fragility. I respect his decision to leave at his peak, but no so much that he has allowed the media to run him out of racing. That was always his achilles heel. The guy can ride the wheels off a bike though!

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