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Matthew Birt  says:

Casey Stoner out of Brno MotoGP

Casey Stoner’s hopes of retiring from MotoGP at the end of 2012 as world champion have suffered a crushing blow today after the Australian was forced to withdraw from this weekend’s Czech Republic round in Brno.Stoner has been advised by his personal medical advisors to fly home to Australia for surgery on the right ankle he damaged in a horrific...

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  • Posted 2 years ago (23 August 2012 13:12)

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Oct 06

Posts: 566

Eddy998 says:


Get well soon Casey!!!!! Moto gp will miss you!!!!!!!!! Ciao

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Apr 12

Posts: 143

69Fastback says:

Well Done Casey!

Done well to race Indy and grab 4th! Even with jabs, must have been uncomfortable.

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Nov 09

Posts: 7

Jimmy13 says:


Get well soon Casey!!!!! Moto gp will miss you!!!!!!!!! Ciao


- No they won't

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Mar 09

Posts: 4524

Nostrodamus says:


This news has dampened Nostro's enthusiasm a little for his Brno weekend away. Get well Casey, stick it to them Dani.

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Sep 11

Posts: 2284

YamahaGYTR says:

Sad news to see Casey miss out get well soon.

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Jun 11

Posts: 942

Moaner says:


Although i didn't want Stoner to win the championship this year, it is a shame that it is an injury that has really fucked his chances... I mean, for me Lorenzo had his number since race one and would have taken the championship anyway but this now leaves a two horse race for the title! The worst thing is that one of those horses is made of glass and isn't very consistent!! Hope i am wrong but this looks like another 2010 - JL running a mock in an uncontested title hunt... ho hum......


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Aug 02

Posts: 1475

superbol says:

A Suzuka 8hr winner is needed

step forward Jonathon Rea !

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May 10

Posts: 318

parris says:

Benny yo just beat me to it

Definitely looks good for another podium for Dovi.

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Jul 12

Posts: 2669

wosihound says:


for Nostro and fans all over the world he can't make it. It appears the brave effort at Indy was all in vain.

Casey was third in the standings well behind team mate Pedrosa and series leader when he injured himself and we have been robbed of what may have been a thrilling finish for the title.

It was always going to be an uphill battle to retain his crown with Yamaha closing the gap on his all conquering RCV from last year and Pedrosa being fully fit for the first time in 3 or 4 seasons, especially after unforced errors at the Sachsenring and Mugello cost him dear.

The chance to stamp his name in history by collecting a third championship and, perhaps more importantly to real race fans, retain the title that he holds seems now over.

Better luck next time..sorry, actually there won't be a next time as Casey Stoner is quitting because he's fed up.  


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Aug 10

Posts: 425

shawno76 says:


You just beat me to it beating Benny to it....

And yes Wosi, Stoners defense is all but over.  He will do well to finish in front of Dovi in the Standings by Valencia.  Cal has absolutely nothing to lose now, I hope he goes back to his 'All-In' approach this weekend and ruffles some feathers.  He's measuring performances against rookies now....

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