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RobG

November 06, 2011 7:33 AM

MotoGP » Stoner: This is why I go racing


@JimmyJimmy Casey and his team made a setup mistake by selecting the wrong tyre pressure. After the race, he admitted a mistake was made and the mistake cost him the chance to compete for the win. The higher tyre pressure was a "suggestion" by the Bridgestone technician assigned to his team. But you are right, that he owned up, to him and his team making the mistake, by following the suggestion. No one is perfect in this game, sometimes you make the wrong decision, and hopefully most of the time its the right one.

RobG

November 05, 2011 11:49 PM

MotoGP » Stoner: This is why I go racing


@gunga din I feel sorry for pedrosa put in all that development and came out with nothing.Things will be different next year. Stoner did pay credit to Pedrosa for developing the Honda. Not really sure how much "developing" any of the riders really do though, Rossi says that he needs Ducati to provide the solution to the bikes woes, and then he & JB will set it up & race it.

RobG

November 05, 2011 11:42 PM

MotoGP » Stoner: This is why I go racing


@Methanol 2011 motogp vs f1 stoner is no sebastian act. seb proved himself by decimating some of the greatest 'youngest' records. many ppl have dropped their jaws. stoner can't race like seb in tight and tough situations. he run away with a fast bike. seb is best of the 2011 racing world. Yes the only driver in an "equal?" car was under team orders not to race with, nor overtake Vettel. Webber didn't have a chance with Helmut Marko against him. Stoner never asked for team orders, Honda never gave any. 3 other riders were on a fully equal (identical)bike to Stoner's bike. And you can't seriously compare the level of risk that motoGP riders submit their bodies to, to that of F1 drivers.


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