MotoGP » 'Legend' Stoner ends MotoGP career on the podium

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for those arguing about which ducati is best , forget it. they have all been bad handling bikes. no matter how many changes its had nothing changed , it still understeers then oversteers when set differently , it forever gives riders no feel at the front. and it still packs the fastest engine out there. it matters little if people love or hate stoner , because the greats , the press , the establishment and of course the riders all know in there hearts and speak openly of the greatness of casey stoner , they have all been working with him for a decade and all trying to achieve the same thing , the stats will always show what he did on the ducati , but they will never show what his peers seen him do to avhieve what he did on the ducati. his riding talent is unique and for that the establishment has immediately on the day of his retiement named him a legend , this is through there eyes , not the fans.

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