MotoGP » Casey Stoner: Why I'm leaving MotoGP

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Seriously I dont think Stoner is hurt to the point of retiring by words posted on this website, nor any other webside or media or newspaper or magazine. The man doesnt have time to ponder around websites to see if people worship him. I think what he is frustrated with is the nonsense going on within the gp family, the crew staff, the boardroom staff, the pr staff n such. 2009 he was sick and his then management offered much more money to someone else. He still doesnt earn as much as he should, as testament of what people will give to put his safety on the line to push 110% to win races. For years he has been telling Ducati to sort the bike but in the end they paid huge amount of money for a 'better development rider', only to be proved wrong. He switches to a better team only to get them tell him since he is winning nothing is wrong with the bike. And then theres the passport politics, unhappiness within his camp stemming from it, him being fastest out there doesnt help. And with him

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