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bikenut

April 09, 2015 9:14 PM

MotoGP » Marquez unaware of Stoner discussions


No, it would certainly add a different dynamic to the situation but surely he wouldn't mind who was on the other honda, I mean sure he is ultra competitive but he is a cool dude. Actually no I am not so certain but in any case after 2 years away he would have nothing to worry about - Stoner may well be able to pull a rabbit out of the hat for qual. but race distance would be a problem after being off the bike for so long.

golfnut04: As good as Marquez is he doesn't want someone as fast as Stoner to share paddock space especially in the same team, Repsol probably calls the shots and Stoner not being a Spaniard they decided to go for the slower Japanese rider, reminds me of the Puig days calling the shots for Pedrosa,this decision might bite them in the ass someday, i can see Stoner never returning to Honda even if they beg him or better he might offer his services to another factory team and wax the Honda team in the process.

bikenut

April 10, 2015 11:35 PM

MotoGP » Marquez unaware of Stoner discussions


No I think you know exactly what has been means and its not what you are claiming...... It's an insult and inappropriate

salieri:
Yearby23:
salieri: So much wasted effort talking about a 'has been' why not try a likely moto 2 rider on it?
Haha 'has been'. That term usually applies to someone who retired after they could no longer be competitive. As far as I'm concerned he was still winning races whilst injured in 2012. And yeah lets bring one of Repsol's Moto2 riders through, Alex Marquez? A guy who throughout preseason didn't make it into the top 10 and didn't at Qatar where half the field crashed out. Rins would be my choice, the kid can adapt to the machinery given to him.
I'm not anti Stoner - (As if he cares what any of us on this board think) just mainly indifferent now he's not important anymore... He has been a champ then he retired - so now he isn't. Hence a 'has been'! Applies to all sorts (lawson spencer Roberts Uncini etc etc....) not just him. I didn't specify a Moto2 rider in particular - that choice would be more relevant made by Honda man

bikenut

April 10, 2015 11:30 PM

MotoGP » Marquez unaware of Stoner discussions


Valentino is a second a lap down till it matters....

TedG: Moto Matters says that CS's times were a second down on MM's and DP's. That in itself causes a problem for Honda. Having a rider with a reputation of "A Go Fast heavy hitter" being a second down (and that on a track he was familiar with) would not sit well with a company who's motto is "It's the bike,not the rider".

bikenut

April 10, 2015 6:20 AM

MotoGP » Marquez unaware of Stoner discussions


Of your last ten posts 5 have been about bagging Stoner - you are still talking about him because you are obsessed with him or rather obsessed with your dislike of him - must have a Valentino bromance I think.......

bluefresh: why the hell we still talking about stoner? yes heis a good rider. but he has no respect for the sport.. retired and blaming the sport because he felt he never get attention and credit from the fans.. he would never have it! he is not entertaining like VR46 and MM93, blaming and punching other riders, etc etc.

bikenut

April 10, 2015 6:23 AM

MotoGP » Marquez unaware of Stoner discussions


Now if you just go over to the Valentino story there will be no one talking about Stoner and you will be happy........ :)

bluefresh: why the hell we still talking about stoner? yes heis a good rider. but he has no respect for the sport.. retired and blaming the sport because he felt he never get attention and credit from the fans.. he would never have it! he is not entertaining like VR46 and MM93, blaming and punching other riders, etc etc.


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