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Matthew Birt  says:

Casey Stoner slams Valentino Rossi’s Yamaha return

Casey Stoner has criticised Valentino Rossi’s swift return to Yamaha after the Italian legend recently confirmed he will quit Ducati after a disastrous two-year stint with the Bologna factory. The 33-year-old has been a shock failure to perform on board a factory Desmosedici and will return to Yamaha next season to partner bitter Spanish rival Jorge Lorenzo. When Rossi arrived at Ducati...

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Aug 02

Posts: 2320

Hedgehog5 says:


"They are not the measured thoughts and structured beliefs deeplycyclopicwoman would have you believe..they are typically humourless and bitter contortions from an intellectual lightweight reinforcing the opinion that most fans have of him."

Sorry, are you talking about Rossi criticising Stoner in 2010 or Stoner on Rossi? Ah, yeah, you said measured not clueless.


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Dec 08

Posts: 1293

boybilly1967 says:

Ducati have been left in the lurch I believe. they abandoned their central design - the monoquoque frame and went down the beam frame route all to no avail.

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Feb 12

Posts: 11


Seems I have touched a nerve with you Woosi... and by default all of you Rossi bum friends.

Although it is quite humorous the way that you use the word intellectual in your post. Where is your yellow sun god when it comes to "seeing things through" at the moment... Oh that's right, it all got a bit tough and confusing in team Ducati so I'll jump ship thanks for the best handling bike on the grid... Maybe then I can salvage some sort of respect.. (laughter not recorded)

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Jul 12

Posts: 3189

wosihound says:


I like this bit..

"The amount of times that guy has had to eat his words is not funny but people still forgive him for it..“

No!..I will not go to Motegi..

I am not quitting..

Our tyres chunked..spring to mind Casey.

People forgive Rossi because he is a man, warts and all..not a little boy throwing his toys son.

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May 10

Posts: 318

parris says:

Casey Minogue

I just can't get you out of my head 
Laguna Corkscrew's all I think about 
I just can't get you out of my head 
Boy, its more than I dare to think about

Rorossi Rorororossi Rorossi Rorororossi...

Casey Minogue 

 I pinched this off some whit elsewhere.lulzzzzzz

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Nov 07

Posts: 179

Mr.Number says:


Struth Casey, talk about bitter !

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Oct 10

Posts: 453

racingfan99 says:

Rossi doesn't need anyone defending him - I don't think he particulary cares what Stoner thinks of him in truth!

But to be fair to Jerry Burgess and for those who don't remember, long before ever teaming up with Rossi he had already been a major player in teams who won 8 world championships in 15 years and been runner-up twice and 3rd once I think, with 2 different manufactures and 4 different riders. Suzuki with Mamola, and Doohan, Gardener and Spencer (i his famous double year). Not credentials to be ignored.

So although Stoner likes to diss the guy - he's had far greater success even before Casey was even born. Yep JB's '80 second fix' has turned around and bit him, seems no one is allowed to make mistakes, but it is also worth noting JB spent a lot of time in Stoner's early days singing his praises and getting his name out there.

Shame Casey hasn't got the grace to remember all that

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Jun 10

Posts: 4

paso456 says:


Been a racer and been around racing for 40 years...seen them come and go...yes they all are good and have the nerve to ride these beasts...... but only a few riders are truely GRAND PRIX RIDERS.....Hailwood, Read, Ago and a much under rated STONER....they all could ride the Ducati.......Rossi is great but his failure with Ducati says maybe he's not as intense as he should be to pay the price for victory.....he will not be as successful as many think with the Yamaha....

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Aug 12

Posts: 1

PedroGonza says:

This Stoner guy is really a very unpleasant character, and also not a very cleaver one...he is so transparent! The real reason behind is retirement from MotoGP is not DORNA, regulations, CRT or other reasons mentioned here and is just VALENTINO ROSSI! Stoner, with his two titles (so what!)thinks he is the greatest, and that MotoGP paddock should be at his feet, like it is with Rossi...Stoner should be remembered that he is racing for more than a decade now, quite often with factory bikes (e.g.,KTM)without much for the Rossi issue, Stoner should keep in mind the lesson taken at Laguna Seca a couple years ago.

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Nov 05

Posts: 21

gamma498 says:

ohh how funny it would be this weekend if Rossi pushes like hell, loses the front again and takes Stoner out of the race. Stoner would be going absolutely mental and Rossi could just say, Sorry Casey, but you said I should be pushing the bike to it's limit...........found it!'

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