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reinmacre

June 14, 2015 6:26 PM

MotoGP » Casey Stoner rides RCV road bike


@Sparkey62 I guess I would fall into the category of the ignorant, because I have not read his biography. I did follow Casey's career and was a fan, bigtime. I became tired of his entitled attitude, that of the super rich, modern day athlete. I thought Casey was better than that. My bad. There's a saying, "Sports doesn't build character, it reveals it." I do believe his biography may a bit of embellishment in it as I have a hard time believing CS27 would get a more lucrative contract than a Lewis Hamilton, Sebastian Vettel or Micheal Schumacher in his day. If true, wow, good for him but it doesn't change my opinion.

reinmacre

June 14, 2015 1:41 PM

MotoGP » Casey Stoner rides RCV road bike


As a Stoner fan, until his incessant whining about the sport, I find it a bit pathetic that CS27 is out there on a demo ride. Waving to the fans, "Hey everyone, I'm Casey Stoner, I used to race MotoGP, was one of the best but hated it, so now I putt around on this roadbike before the bigboys come out to race." Kind of sad to be honest. Return to racing MotoGP or go race V8 Supercars, kites or something.

reinmacre

June 13, 2015 8:53 PM

MotoGP » Lorenzo: Rossi is a Sunday rider...


JL Smooth and Rossifumi are safe bets for standing on a box. Jorge may just win his fourth in a row. And Vale, he's capable of anything, P1 included. Great to see the Tuning Fork bike is so well dialed in. I have trouble understanding why the mighty RC213 all of a sudden became so difficult to ride. Yeah I get it, the bike has changed since last year. Well, change it back to the bike that won sixteen race last year.


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