V8 » PIC: Casey Stoner unveils V8 Supercar


Casey Stoner unveils his V8 Supercar ahead of Friday debut.

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Eslok - Unregistered

February 27, 2013 7:25 AM

@rhino. This article is belong to cars not motogp/bike Sometimes we need to use our common sense. Haters gonna hate no matter where you are or where ever you are.

RC - Unregistered

February 27, 2013 7:27 AM

@Rhino What, so this entire site is dedicated to MotoGP and MotoGP only? No this is about V8 Supercars. Don't be bringing all the bile that gets spouted all over the MotoGP boards onto a very reasonable article, because it has nothing to do with it.

redlinepix

February 27, 2013 7:49 AM

re..Stoner the first international motorcycling star to make the transition to the V8 series since 1987 MotoGP champion Wayne Gardner almost 21 years ago to the day.

Troy Baylis had a go & he was an international star!!

Danno 777 - Unregistered

February 27, 2013 10:00 AM

Great to see you trying something COMPLETELY different.
I bet all the idiots that whinge about STONER cant even ride a bike or reverse a trailer with a car..."Just sayin ! "

I'm going to enjoy watching Rossi in 4th unless someone DNF's

WylieCoyote

February 28, 2013 2:04 AM

Just watched his first practice session. He has never driven the car there. Never watched a race there. It is a street circuit with no runoff. He is 9th fastest on debut. I predict he will be in the top 5 after the next practice. His team mates, the two fastest drivers in V8 Supercars, have stated he was as fast as them at the private practice sessions.

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