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November 24, 2015 2:40 PM

MotoGP » Official: Casey Stoner returns to Ducati

Luvnit....Yearb. Can I remind you that one of the many reasons that he gave for his decision to retire was that no matter how hard he tried, no matter how convincingly he won a race, the media still concentrated on Rossi. Other riders have since found out the same.....must be hard to take. Luvnit...It was true and it was published not long after Casey retired. My view is that it wasn't Lactose intolerance that drained him, (otherwise it wouldn't have taken some of the best Doctors in the World several weeks to diagnose it), it's my belief that the poor sod did himself in riding the latter iterations of the Ducati. For absolutely no recognition.


November 24, 2015 4:19 PM

MotoGP » Official: Casey Stoner returns to Ducati

"......if it was anyone else who had gone to Ducati their career would've ended their ....." sic. Fair comment Yearby23. And it very nearly did, Rossi said that he'd give the Yamaha 6 races and if he wasn't competitive then he would jack it in. Personally I'm glad he's still around, despite the turmoil that hung over the last 3 races. Next year could be a great leveller, although I suspect that the cream will still rise to the top......there might be a bit more cream though,...I hope so. As for your comment on Dovi, I have a sinking feeling that his Tech3 years were him at his peak. There is always hope that he'll regain the form that he demonstrated at the beginning of 2015. Having said that if Crazy puts the Ducati on the podium regularly then this old heart will be happy.

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