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@bitterbierce Try reading this part. “There are many, many things that just over time have taken its toll. The way I see the championship heading. The direction I see it heading and the fact that in 2009 I really realised what is important. It's family. Happiness. Money isn't everything. " Stoner told it like it is, what a man. But he didnt have all day to explain everything in full detail. He tried his best to tell everything in an interview.



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