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Matthew Birt  says:

Cal Crutchlow: Casey Stoner’s retirement took b***s

British rider Cal Crutchlow reckons Casey Stoner’s shock decision to retire from MotoGP at the end of 2012 took ‘massive b***s’ from the reigning world champion. Stoner confirmed 2012 will be his last in MotoGP in Le Mans last week having decided to quit because of his disillusionment with constant rule changes and future plans to dumb down the adrenaline pumping...

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dacron

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dacron says:

checking out.... ma balls

and to think the general public thinks casey is only moaning. well it sure goes to show that the other riders totally agree with him and hate the way its going , even though they can't speak up. ok you can all get back the stoner moaner crap now , thats what seems to drive most of you.

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Moaner

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Moaner says:

Oi dacron...

Stop moaning!

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dacron

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dacron says:

le moaner

give me a home where the buffalo moan.

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gtyc

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gtyc says:

please.

It takes real balls to stay when things don't go your way. You know why most of the guys don't say anything? Because not everyone complains about everything. You can only change the game if you're in it. What happened when everyone said VR only won bc he was on a superior machine with Honda? Did he quit? No he moved to one of the worst bikes and proved the rider makes the difference. He wouldn't have changed that if he quit. Some people don't have the balls or guts to stick around when bad times roll around. Easy to give GP the finger when you're not gonna be around next year.

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smilo996

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smilo996 says:

stick to racing Cal, rather than acting as the British voice of MGP.

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dacron

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dacron says:

yellow submarine.

@gtyc . he is retiring . if you can see motogp going on to better things then you know something stoner don't! i see you used vale as your reference! that says plenty about your views.

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boybilly1967

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boybilly1967 says:

I think Crutchlow in wrong here, and Stoner notified the HRC vice President that he was quitting by text message, not nice.

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dacron

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dacron says:

140 characters of hell.

yeah but he did add a smiley face so its all good.

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acanada46

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acanada46 says:

dacron

motogp has to change,if it carries on as it is there will only be honda competing ... yamaha couldn't find a sponsor though they won the title..why not let teams buy the engines and supply there own chassis and use a control ecu.

look at formula 1 this season 5 races 5 different winners...motogp need to even out the playing field.

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gtyc

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gtyc says:

I do know something...

that Stoner doesn't. It's called perseverance. And VR is just an easy reference. I see you like to make assumptions Dacron, that says plenty about your views. If Stoner stuck around, he could push for the changes that could make this sport better. I think he has more potential than VR has in terms of riding and influence in GP. The man is on fire...he should use that power to make changes if he really cared. Instead, he's the kid in the playground everyone picks on bc they're jealous of how talented he is and instead of becoming stronger from adversity, he's running away. I also think all sports go through transition periods that sometimes work and sometimes don't. Yes it sucks now but I have faith it will get better later on. You don't quit because things get tough and you don't get things your way. The principles in racing are the same in life.

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