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@ Dacron (and Roo Shooter)
I got it from eurosport yahoo. It was taken from the Australian Telegraph.
Here's a bit more :-
Stoner also acknowledged that animosity towards him in the paddock was a major factor in his shock decision to quit aged just 27.
"Injuries weren't any part of why or retired, or that I wanted to do new things," Stoner said. "Family wasn't a part of it either.
"I just fell out of love with the sport. We had a lack of respect from a lot of people around the sport and I didn't like the direction it was taking.
I'm not sure what he means but I do feel for him.
To me, when he says paddock he seems to mean the other teams. When he points to lack of respect from people around the sport I assume he means the so-called fans, the media, Ducati top guys, who knows?
btw Roo, we're commenting on Stoner and you're googling Rossi. What gives?