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Disclaimer: I see Stoner as a top rider, highly talented, as Lorenzo or Pedrosa, but no more no less - but with a more spectacular riding style and a peculiar character.
His final race was pretty much a corollary of his career: it was a creditable and gutsy race (even if he said he wouldn't be taking any risks, everyone knew that he would try to get the best result possible).
Congratulations, Casey for a good final race and a career to show for.
However, his voluntary inability to extend it further doesn't merit a more profound admiration.