MotoGP » Casey Stoner: Why I'm leaving MotoGP

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Bet this ruffles a few feathers but this guy came into the series inn 2006 and won the most races up to date during Rossi's prime. Seems a contender for the title of G.O.A.T. Senna wasn't around to win 1000 championships in F1 but is considered such. Doohan didn't dominate until Schwantz and Rainey were gone. Rossi got his time until the young guns arrived. People who criticize Casey's lower category results don't consider the equipment he used when compared to Rossi. Or Ago winning races by several minutes which was down to machinery and the way Hailwood dominated Ago in much the same way as Stoner has one-upped Rossi. Good luck Casey!Reminds me of Barry Sanders leaving the NFL 100yds from the all time rushing title.

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