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Matthew Birt  says:

Mugello MotoGP: Casey Stoner loses more ground in title race

Casey Stoner’s hopes of walking away from MotoGP at the end of the season as world champion suffered another major blow in Mugello yesterday. The Australian ended a difficult weekend in a disappointing eighth position and with factory Yamaha rival Jorge Lorenzo romping to a fifth win, Stoner heads into the second half of the campaign trailing the Spaniard by a...

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parris

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parris says:

Nostril

Man, everyone was talking bout Stoner and you start posting about Rossi which is a lil stupid (though not an accident cause you do it all the time) and even weirder when you a a major fan of Caseys. 


Juz read the big dark words at the top to help you. 

That is the difference between Stoner fans and everyone else, Stoner and and his fans can't admit to Casey doing something wrong. Stoner had a crap weekend, so what everyone makes mistakes, just admit it and move on. 

Even those that hate stoner are better than Stoner fans. Stoner haters admit he is a great rider they just hate his personality. 

Oh yeh, Why don't the other riders hit Casey back when he punches them etc? They don't hit Casey back because the other riders know its not nice to hit girls.

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COZ69

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COZ69 says:

parris

like it!

well said pal

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Hedgehog5

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Hedgehog5 says:

Shawn...

"and you don't hear him complaiing as much as Stoner"

... erm... for the past 19 months we've heard little other than complaints & excuses from Rossi's garage.

"I never thought I would see Rossi beat him again, yet Le Mans proved everyone wrong (it's quite conceivable he may do it again this year)"

100% agree... it's racing... anything can happen & usually does.

"Stoner is a victim of his own thinking.  Which is a real shame."

Considering Rossi's choice to join Ducati, how similar the 2 riders are.

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ThePornstar

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ThePornstar says:

Just chuck some yoghurt over the little moaner, that'll quieten him down a bit....!

Alvaro might have punched him back, but after his recent torpedo attack on Jorge he's laying low for a bit...!

 

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Nostrodamus

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Nostrodamus says:

Parris our little Greek tragedy

Follow thread, engage brain, comment. You seems to be incapable of the first two of these.

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R6nutter6

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R6nutter6 says:

Maybe Stoner should just ride the bike instead of trying to change it, or did his ambition outweigh his talent?

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shawno76

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shawno76 says:

hedgerow

Yes, from Rossi's garage.  But not from him.  Like I said he's smart enough to know that people don't like a moaner.  It wasn't until the 3rd round this year he publically spoke out.  Stoner just rants and raves and jumps up and down not understanding why the problem isn't fixed because he asked it to.  And yes agree, their own ego's have been unfortunately their own demise.  It would appear though, since Stoner announced his retirement that Rossi just can't stop grinning.  It's since then he's appeared a little more relaxed on the bike too.  Maybe because next season the main contender will be gone and give him more sniffs of the podium?   Stoner leaving GP is the worse decision a 26 year old man/boy could make.  He could've been so much more with the right mentor.  Puig doesn't seem to be the most compassionate and intelligent man I've seen interviewed (knows how to pick the racers but not how to prepare them for the other and equally important side of the GP circus).  Rossi should never have left Yamaha if he wanted to keep on winning either.  Go Bradl.

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COZ69

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COZ69 says:

Did Stoner apoligise with his helmet on or off?

when he went to say sorry to Alvaro

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R6nutter6

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R6nutter6 says:

COZ69says

Did Stoner apoligise with his helmet on or off?

when he went to say sorry to Alvaro

 

Ha ha LMFAO

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Ocdcbr

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Ocdcbr says:

Poor

Performance from stoner. Which was a suprise considering his recent form. Beaten by Rossi on the p of sh@t duke. Whatever next???

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