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Matthew Birt  says:

Casey Stoner happy to silence Rossi and Burgess criticism

Casey Stoner has said his domination of the 2011 MotoGP world championship was made sweeter after the criticism he faced from Valentino Rossi and Jerry Burgess when he was riding for Ducati. Stoner won 10 races last season to clinch his second MotoGP world title as he delivered Honda’s first premier class world title since 2006. While the 26-year-old was enjoying unrivalled...

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YamahaGYTR

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YamahaGYTR says:

Revz your rider was made to look like a crock of shit by Stoner last season difference #27 can win on a Duke and Rossi flops big time.

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bakery

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bakery says:

Ot of interest....

Someone made the comment that the Ducati had reached its peak last year and wouldn't have been competitive this year anyway.... Does anyone have comparative lap times for Casey last year vs. Rossi this year?

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Eddy998

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Eddy998 says:

Stoner

As the saying goes, "He who laughs last laughs longest!" Rossi  has unfortunately done nothing for the Desmo apart from, perhaps, make it worse. What is that other old saying? " A bad  workman always blames his tools!" Rossi will do nothing again this year on the Desmo. Ducati need someone new now and if not it's another year down the tubes! Ciao

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CBR11X

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CBR11X says:

Well said Casey.

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Yamaha3358

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Yamaha3358 says:

Ratchetman, who gives a shit ? i'd say everyone on here watches MotoGP for the racing, not so they can check out which manafacturer has most sales... pssh.

Stoner silenced Rossi and JB alright... shame about those bloody whining fans though

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veronicaisl

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veronicaisl says:

Boom...

"I knew that when he got on that bike he was not going to be any faster than me. I was 100% sure of that.

 

Ouch! :(

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Biker4751

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Biker4751 says:

Facts Clarified at Last

I thought Jeremy said he'd need fifteen minutes to sort out the Ducati suspension issue. Now I find out that he said he'd only need eighty seconds. One can only wonder how so much Italian engineering and cubic yards of money could get it so wrong. I know, we'll blame Mr. Stoner for it.

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noshow

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noshow says:

I like the comment Rossi is a development rider.

please inform us on how long it takes to develop the Ducati or was he just warming up this year?

The Stoner personality keeps coming up is this because you want to pretend you are best mates like you do with Rossi . Paid to ride the bike, ride the fucken bike and win no matter what you get .

Your employer does not give two shits if you win over Rossi fans most of them are full of shit

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wordy1979

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wordy1979 says:

Simples

Casey is currently BY FAR the best rider in the world with the best bike! I'm a huge Rossi fan but you just got to love watching Stoner spin that rear! I love watching him and Moto GP, I just hope it improves next year. FINGERS CROSSED.:smile

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Nostrodamus

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Nostrodamus says:

Repentance perhaps

Certainly no public apologies from what were once known as the greatest development duo in the business. I've read Burgess state he underestimated the nature of the D16's issue, and I've read Rossi suggest he underestimated the magnitude of Stoners talent. But that's as close as it got for the 'fixed in 80 seconds' and "Stoners not riding it hard enough" calls. Sure such statements can be construed as gamesmanship, but you've got to be able to walk the talk or be man enough to recant. This egotistical duo have done nothing of the sort to my mind. As for some other chump suggesting Stoner didn't give feedback to Ducati on the nature of it's woes. What planet are you on? These guys are the creme de la creme. I think your description would be more appropriate when describing the handling issues you suffer on your GN250 with it's flat front tyre.

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