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Matthew Birt  says:

Casey Stoner’s crew heading back to Ducati with Andrea Dovizioso?

Casey Stoner’s factory Honda crew could be heading back to Ducati in 2013 to work with Andrea Dovizioso.Talks are on-going about the Australian’s crew, led by Italian Cristian Gabbarini, moving back to the Ducati factory they left at the end of 2010 when Stoner joined Repsol Honda.Stoner, who is currently out of action with a serious right ankle injury, will...

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LaughingGas

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LaughingGas says:

So many armchair generals

So many armchair generals that know better than Ducati , and Rossi.

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supermario

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supermario says:

Abject failure?

 

Hmm I dunno 'bout anybody else, but if I had more money than god, worldwide fame as (possibly) the greatest motorcycle racer of all time, backed up by 9 world title gongs, I don't think I would feel like an abject failure.

And to celebrate I'd throw a party, with just me, a big bag of snow, and black hookers.

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wosihound

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wosihound says:

Simple mistake from a simple lad..

I think what Benny meant to say was..

Most Welshmen feel compelled to agree.

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supermario

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supermario says:

If a 9 times world champ in 5 different types/formulas of bike is a failure...

...then what does that make a 2 times champ in 1 formula?

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Nostrodamus

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Nostrodamus says:

I'm intrigued SM

What one word would you use to describe Rossi's results during his time with Ducati Corse?

Failure is about as apt and accurate as it gets.

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supermario

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supermario says:

Theres a difference

 

between describing someone as a failure, and describing a short spell in their career as unsuccessful.

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supermario

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supermario says:

What one word would you use to describe casey leaving Motogp?

Heres mine. Quitter.

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CHRainmaker

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CHRainmaker says:

Wosi, Hypocrisy of the highest order..

..I'm sorry Wosi, but you've finally been found out. "I thought it was up to Ducati to engineer and deliver the bike and Rossi to ride it? You don't think the manufacturer has any responsibility? (read above on the dangers)" - If you stand by this comment, why are you so insistent that Casey was responsible for the decline of the bike? - it's the fundamental point you continually use against Stoner, and yet here you defending the same issue aimed at Rossi. It's either one thing or another Wosi, you can't have both..

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CHRainmaker

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CHRainmaker says:

What one word would you use to describe casey leaving Motogp?

Richer.

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Nostrodamus

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Nostrodamus says:

Content, satisfied, life's desire fufilled. These words all work.

Failure and unsuccessful are not words you could use to describe Stoner's MotoGP tenure.

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