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New found respect for this model sportsman. He wishes no part in all the power play within the sports and has spoken out against it but the politics and media has in certain ways- character killed a talented and valuable asset. - think JFK. Stoner understands the risks he takes to as a job and he feels hard done by , by how misunderstood and perhaps deceived the spectators are. Such is life isn't it. When you see through all the gloss and sugar coats, and its all bile. Motorsports like any other big exposure programmes will always be run by the big sponsors and they can only have one hero. The rest are antogonists.

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