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Mar 11

Posts: 25

ddrooster says:

stoner quitting shock

bye we wont miss you

once again  you were beaten fair n suare by the Dr on a lesser bike

and it was all  someone elses fault

go play with the kidddie cars  in aus

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Jun 12

Posts: 5

SiBR600 says:

I'll miss him...

Didn't he win the championship last year?... No?... Like him or not, he says what he thinks, is an amazing rider and one of the main characters of MotoGP... or perhaps you'd prefer a paddock of silent, obedient robots to parade behind the un-touchable Vale'?

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Oct 11

Posts: 1

madandy68 says:


no matter what people say he is and was a top motogp star and i would put money on him coming back

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Aug 12

Posts: 6

Petamocto says:

Wow...tough crowd!

Holy cow, some rough words toward Stoner on this board.  Not sure if you're anti-him or anti-colonies, so I should watch what I write.

I flew in from Canada to see the Spanish MotoGP in Jerez this year and Stoner kicked ass.

To clarify, you're saying that you don't like a world champion because Rossi beat him at some point? Could you not say that he beat people throughout his career, too?  

He has been successful at every level riding everything from an Aprilia, KTM, Ducati, and Honda.  How can you imply the guy is junk?

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