MotoGP » Casey Stoner tipped to quit V8 Supercars


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He likes the V8s. He enjoys the V8s. He hasn't decided if he will compete in the Dunlop series next year. If he does well at the support races at Bathurst then I would expect him to be back in 2014 as long as they change the race format. Otherwise he will take the year off and come back refreshed in 2015. Trouble with the current Dunlop regulations is that a bad result in Race 1 stuffs you up for Race 2 and 3. So although he is qualifying up near the front he is getting punted off by others and having to start at the back or midpack for the next two races. He is capable of mixing it with the best drivers at the front but has not had the chance having to pass 10 to 15 cars each race. Oh, and quitting is when you get paid a heap of money by a factory team to develop their bike and produce negative results for two season and spit your dummy and go running back to an easier ride. Sound familiar?



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