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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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Bultoboy

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Bultoboy says:

Prince O R

You could learn something from that post of Wosi's. Objectivity is what it's all about. Dismissing realistic comments with childish acronyms like LMAO puts you in the same class as Milkybars. No matter which rider you support. Pedrosa has the potential to do it, if he gets it together for the rest of the season he may well do just get close to lifting the title.

Good post Wosi, not sure though that he has been brooding over this for the summer. He just shoots from the hip and says what he feels. As to why he said it, more like MCN have posed the question knowing it will generate what it has... I don't think it reflects a fragile state of mind, you can feel something without letting it get to you. I don't think he hates Rossi, he seemed to have no problems congratulating him when he beat him at the Le Mans race, more like he's just pissed off at the one rule for one, different rule for everyone else state of affairs that has always existed.

You've got to admit, Rossi has said some pretty unsavoury things about rivals over the years and they've been unsolicited, not in response to questions. He fell out with Biaggi before they even shared a racetrack - the groundwork to depose Biaggi from the spot of Italy's darling perhaps?

As I've said before, they've all had their mom,ents - on the whole, Stoner has been pretty quiet about the Rossi/Ducati saga. Ge could have gone to town on it every weekend if he wanted to rub his nose in it.

Still, fair do, good balanced post - much better than those pointless rants with the stats....

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CBR11X

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CBR11X says:

Not pulling any punches hey Casey! You tell 'em.

Hey J.B. we're now at 52 and a half million seconds and counting mate. Time to go back home and hang up your spanners.

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wosihound

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wosihound says:

Roger that good buddy but..

It's not wosi who's desperate me old china..or retiring to leave a big empty space in the Australian road racing talent stakes.

I agree that Casey should be the better bet but, would you put that same money on him podiuming the next 8 races?

He has been succeptible to erratic performances under pressure in the past you know.

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thejudge

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thejudge says:

chuckle chuckle

meanwhile back in lorenzo land, some cool little fkr unwraps another  chuppa lolly ,dipping it into his daily breakfast of ice cubes,wondering if he should make a comment on the matter to help speed up the demise of stoner or say nothing, just beat him ontrack and watch him unravel.

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supermario

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supermario says:

Bulto...

 

"You've got to admit, Rossi has said some pretty unsavoury things about rivals over the years"

-Calculated moves designed to cause a reaction and get under the skin of his rivals. Looks like it worked only too well with casey as he still can't get over it.

 

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princeofrepsol

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Bultoboy

I backed up my posts with statistics 4 wins to 1, take a look at the bookies not even the spaniards have dani in front of casey for the title you name me one, wosi is pulling his pud I used to think he was about the wind up but rossi's implosion has sent him over the edge imo, you should know better than fostering his delusional state of mind.

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COZ69

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COZ69 says:

Stoner is like....

..a wet fart- uncomtable, anoying and abit of a let down 

bring on next year when he will be in the kitchen doing the dishes for his boss

and did i see old man bob put someone had a hardon for Rossi!?!?!?!?!?

the only peson with a hardon for Rossi is you old man every post i see from you on MCN has Rossi in it,

LOVE HIM MUCH!!!

how many posters do you have on the wall of him?

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robains

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robains says:

Sounds to me like Stoner has something to prove?

Sounds to me like Stoner has envy ... why else toss all that crap out about Rossi and then run away from the sport (retire) at a youngish age ... I can only assume Stoner fears Rossi or else he would stay to go head to head with Rossi.

Does Stoner think Rossi can also design and engineer a chassis, carbon fiber swing arms and front ends, a motor, a transmission, a ... Stoner's statements are so idiotic and exposes what appears to be a failure within himself.

Stoner sounds like he needs to stay and prove a point ... so prove it and don't retire.

But if I'm not mistaken Stoner is ON the best bike, yet he's 3rd in the championship ... hmmm.  Lorenzo could be doing the same smack down talk to Stoner ... but he doesn't.

Today's top tier MotoGP bikes are built for small riders, everything about them is designed around a very specific body frame size ... Rossi, Ben Spies are sadly just too tall.  Sure the can build a bigger frame, but that's NOT going to help, it'll just make the bike harder to turn and transition quickly.  That's the reality of MotoGP ... small riders have a benefit.

I used to have respect for Stoner, but his continued smack down talk is more from someone that wanted to have as many wins as Rossi, but never did ... but up or shut up Stoner. 

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supermario

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supermario says:

Incredible...

 

...even after all thats happened, and VRs episode on the Ducati, he still pulls caseys strings so easily. Rossi owns casey, and always will.

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chipsandgravy

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robains

"Rossi, Ben Spies are just too tall". Oh. My. Fucking. God. Now I've heard some fucktard excuses in my time, most recently from Rossi himself, but that takes the biscuit. Marco Simoncelli was the tallest of the lot and he was doing alrite before his tragic accident.

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