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Michael Guy  says:

Casey Stoner announces retirement

Repsol Honda rider Casey Stoner has announced that he will retire at the end of the 2012 season. The shock announcement was delivered to a packed press conference at Le Mans ahead of this weekend’s MotoGP round. The 26-year-old who was crowned World Champion in 2008 and 2011 currently leads the 2012 standings by one point from Jorge Lorenzo. Stoner cited numerous reasons...

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  • Posted 3 years ago (17 May 2012 16:33)

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Feb 11

Posts: 44

Unbreakable says:

Quitting what he does best...

I'm baffled by Stoner's move... It's a dangerous job, isn't great for family life, but he's quitting what he does best. He may be committing to mediocrity... I can't see him settling down to that. Don't get me wrong, he may be pretty good at other stuff, but he's a genius on the bike. I'm afraid to say he looses points in my eyes - he's not the out-and-out racer like Agostini & others after all. I can't see him showing up at the Isle of Man to do a few laps... From the sound of it he intends to go off & waste his talent fishing. Sad.

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Aug 02

Posts: 1557

superbol says:

MMM a seat for Jonny Rea

He`s well respected at honda why not ? I`would rather him stay in Worldsupers but thats my selfish opinion and the fact Moto Gp is too political ( eg it favors Italians n Spanish )

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Bob Buttamasangy


Jul 08

Posts: 1614


Yeah, give him the seat...

but for fks sake, give the rest of the bike to someone with talent!

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Jul 08

Posts: 1091

leemuz says:


I remember back in 06 when cadet got that satellite Honda ride and he put it on the front row thinking wow this kid is gonna be awesome and he went on to prove it right. In 07 when he won on the duke remembering him from previous year I was glad to see him win the title despite the fact that he was challenging VR. He was quick back then and I respect him for been that quick. All the banter aside all I want to see is good battles Lorenzo stoner pedrosa and Rossi

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May 12

Posts: 1

prostonsey says:

stoner to retire

is a massive lost to racing fans. i wonder, who will play 'the villain' against king rossi now? any suggestion?

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Jun 10

Posts: 26

blah says:

Good riddance.

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Feb 04

Posts: 987

Who will replace him

Now he has chucked in the towel who will replace him ?

with the Spanish money drying up ? and its sponsors having a hard time

its time to move on and guess who will replace him ?

who has Honda got in reserve ? good times ahead

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Sep 10

Posts: 188

CameronLeeds says:


I'm shocked at Casey's retirement........

and at the venom on this forum

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Nov 08

Posts: 109

smilo996 says:

Lorenzo - over the moon - 2012 or 2013 title his Rossi - happy - moves up one notch Honda - livid - no succession management Doohan - eating words - will not be as good Stoner Fans - shattered - he will never be one of the greats Family - happy - no more arm pump Conclusion - plonker

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X 11


Aug 02

Posts: 65

X 11 says:

He was getting a bit old.

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