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Dacron:Think that Stoner was hopefully misunderstood, all the riders were effected by the passing of Simoncelli but it is either badly worded by him at best and a little naive also to think/imply Simoncelli is forgotten when fans are wearing his merchandise at race tracks and supporting the foundation set up in his name.
Nobody, including Simon took any of his other comments to task, one of the great things about Stoner other than his ability was his confidence to say what he really thought.
It is interesting to see another riders point of view on something a lot of people have been discussing, Simon gave his opinion eloquently and it will no doubt be discussed and debated in the same way the original interview with Stoner was, that's a part of free speech and debate is healthy.
A slow clap surely - but a crazy sensationalist headline only brings out the keyboard warriors so perhaps not a bad thing, maybe we can have a civilized debate for a change?