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Stoner on 1000cc Honda

Casey Stoner makes his debut on an early version of next year's 1000cc MotoGP Honda, during a private test at Jerez...

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Realitybites - Unregistered

May 24, 2011 12:15 AM

Burgess's comments make the 'Stoner developed the bike into a dog' brigade here look the pack of fools they are. I await the denialist comments with interest. C'mon, Westminster and Co, you're up a certain creek now, let's hear you paddling furiously.


May 24, 2011 12:12 AM

DARYL BEATTIE "How the hell Casey ever won races on it?". JEREMY BURGESS "Look, Casey is a fantastic rider and did a wonderful job on that bike. But there were too many DNFs. In this particular instance, Ducati let themselves down by only analyzing the success. They never analyzed the failure. They treated the DNFs of Casey as (being) more specific to Casey, as bad luck rather than something not quite right (with the bike). .. Perhaps Casey had to ride too close to the limit to win. the margin Casey had was a lot slimmer than we would like to have on the bike that Valentino rides." I LIKE JB, truth straight forward, now people should realize that when Stoner was winning with Ducati it was due to his own talent rather than having a fast bike, that bike had a lot of problems!

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