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often bullying other riders both in practice and qualifying, punching depuniet, braking early when being followed and pushing others off track. He demands respect but refuses to show it to others. So people began to take a dislike to Stoner, and he finds this hard to understand and accept. He feels he has done all he needs to be loved and respected in the sport, but it hasnt worked out that way for him. So what does he do....leave. It will be worse in Supercars. He has already fallen out with drivers by criticising them on Twitter. Caseys attitude has ruined his time in MotoGP for himself, and is the reason he was never up to the mental aspect of the sport, which always defeated him way before his riding could.