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When casey came to moto gp fans attention on the 125s it was clear he was quite a talented lad,when he progressed through the 250s and on to the big boys he was extremely talented.....at smashing up all the bikes he rode,then fell off! The one class that he has really clicked with was the dreadful 800s,obviously he is still quick on his new honda but as his riding style has improved his personality and humility has regressed. He clearly has had enough of the moto gp paddock and the real fans of the series have had enough of him!! Dont get me wrong,if you just want to see a guy rag the wheels off a bike for a lap he takes some beating but he has done nothing good for the sport which has put him in the enviable position of a mid twenties retirement!!! Stay at home casey,watch phillip island on tv and look after your new family



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