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Casey Stoner-Super fast, lots of skill and very much a racer-wants to win! Being at the top level of his sport gives him the right to have an opinion. Retires from the sport at 27 as a 2 time world champion on 2 manufacturers. Total of 38 Premier class wins and 45 all up and a lot of podiums. With stats like that it is scary to think how many more races he could have won and C/ships etc. Casey does not give sanitised or politically correct answers in the paddock about his sport. That is why some of the best bike journalists in the world(Colin Young, Michal Scott etc) want to speak to him. However, Casey also has a reputation as a person who complains too much. He recently stated that he had lost his passion for the sport and the paddock is not as friendly as it used to be. Fair enough-however there are two sides to any coin. I know there were two other Aussie riders working themselves up in the moto3 class who happen to worship the guy. Casey never went out of his way to say hello, mak