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Matthew Birt  says:

Casey Stoner frustrated as injury wrecks title hopes

Casey Stoner couldn’t hide his disappointment and frustration in Brno today after the Australian conceded his 2012 MotoGP world title hopes have been ended by the right ankle injury he suffered in a high speed qualifying crash at Indianapolis last weekend.The Repsol Honda rider will fly back to Australia tonight for surgery on the ankle he damaged when he crashed...

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Bultoboy

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Bultoboy says:

In reality, there was no point putting this article up, it could have been merged with the one that states he 's missing Brno

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wosihound

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wosihound says:

As some of you probably know, I ain't the biggest fan of his off track persona but..I give him 10/10 for his clarity of mind and honesty here.

The disappointment in his words is palpable. Good luck to the kid going forward with this injury.

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Richard1967

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Richard1967 says:

Stoner

Of course people will remember Stoner , is attitude is what will make him memorable as well as his riding skill, People remember Schwantz , he didnt win as much as Stoner in GP

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Fomancu

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Fomancu says:

Stoner

"Breaking news " Casey Stoner ruled out for the rest of the season following surgery to his ankle"--

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Hedgehog5

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Hedgehog5 says:

... & then there were 2.

Sad news for MotoGP. The last race was one of the worst I've seen (despite Dani's great ride)... if Rossi or Marquez can't match their pace next year then this could be the norm for MotoGP for a while... I hope not.

GWS Casey & fingers crossed for Rossi, Marquez & indeed Dovi for next year.

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gamma498

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gamma498 says:

people remember Schwantz because he was a fantastic rider but also had a bit of style, won races with audacious moves, pulled massive wheelies and knew how to play to the crowd...............Casey could've learnt a lot from him.

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Eddy998

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Eddy998 says:

gamma498

I don't think Stoner needs to learn anything from anyone but maybe you could! Ciao

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noshow

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noshow says:

Hey c"mon let's be easy on Leecho the little blood sucking parasite, Leecho's biggest moment in his sad pitiful life is to get a few bites on a website forum that is his biggest accompolishment to date. he is a failed racer, a direspectful  envious little boy who needs viagra and a nasty post to get any rise out of life.Don't worry Leecho mummy still loves yA and don't worry about the bucked tooth sucessful Australian racer who has 2 world titles to your fake ones created in the bathroom whilst wanking that pathetic limp biscuit u have . Hate him as much as you like he has accompolished more than you ever have . My deepest sincere sympathy lies with you for the next 2 seconds

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saturn392

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saturn392 says:

Shame

For Stoner,shame for the championship and a shame for MotoGP.     How much more boring can it get ?

As there are so few works bike perhaps it's time to introduce a Moto1  class - same formula as Moto2 but with 1000cc engines - larger grids - closer racing - different winners - slower yes but more excitement..  Yes/No ?

 

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CameronLeeds

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CameronLeeds says:

Saturn

I would buy a ticket to see that

 

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