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April 07, 2015 12:14 PM

MotoGP » Honda decided against Stoner MotoGP return?

2010 - basically stopped trying as he was still mad at Ducati for the Lorenzo saga. Nicky Hayden was out pacing him at the beginning of the season. A number of front end crashes caused by the poor development direction offered by stoner. 2011 - joined Honda, fair play deserved to win the title, fastest rider. However he couldn't have won this title without the excellent development skills of Dani Pedrosa, again the king was spoon fed a bike. Rossi joined Ducati, performed poorly but gave Ducati a direction that ultimately led to today's gp15. 2012 - the weak development skills exposed yet again. The Honda got worse in his hands, however his team mate destroyed him that year. Retired for a number of poor reasons.


April 07, 2015 12:05 PM

MotoGP » Honda decided against Stoner MotoGP return?

Hi guys, I thought I would give everyone a breakdown of King Stoners career. 2006 - under performed on a full factory Honda with the best tires. 2007 - joined Ducati, spoon fed the best bike developed by Loris Capirossi, tyres developed specifically for Ducati with the best electronics, could only pass on the straights. 2008 - after a successful year in 2007, stoner had the joint best bike but as other manufactures caught up his weak race craft was exposed, no longer had special tyres etc. 2009 - the cracks begin to appear, stoners development input started to make the Ducati worse. Mystery illness, got angry at Ducati for trying to sign Lorenzo.


March 27, 2015 7:47 AM

MotoGP » Casey Stoner to make motorcycle racing comeback

rbr46: Take the easy road to a comeback. HRC would happily give him a full factory bike in motogp if he had the balls to fight Marquez et al.
It's like saying to any retired rider 'you don't have the balls to face Marquez' Regardless of Stoner's age it was his choice to retire, not yours. And for the record I think he'd be right up there if he did come back, regardless of different tyres in 2008 his race lap at Qatar still stands....on 7 year old machinery. He wasn't slow, and I bet like Bayliss and Biaggi (more than them) he still isn't slow.
When did I say it was my choice? I'm not his manager.

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