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Matthew Birt  says:

Casey Stoner begins recovery after successful ankle surgery

Repsol Honda rider Casey Stoner has started his recovery after undergoing successful surgery on the right ankle he seriously injured in a high speed qualifying crash in Indianapolis 12 days ago.Stoner underwent surgery at Sydney’s North Shore Private Hospital and he is already commencing his rehabilitation at home.A statement issued by HRC this morning made no mention of a possible...

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YamahaGYTR

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YamahaGYTR says:

Hats off to Casey for a heroic ride at Indy never seen it before its what a true world champion is made of.

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Lorenzo99

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Lorenzo99 says:

Casey - Maximum Respect

    Casey - One hell of a rider,that sums him up.To do what he did the guy must be hard as nails,all the people who post crap about him being soft or not having any balls etc want to do 1.It makes me mad when they show riders like Casey such little respect & so much contempt.

    As for Casey retiring,can any body really blame him especially after this.It cannot be nice for his wife to see her husband go through this & know that he could end up dead on the race track 1 day like Marco.Casey has made the right descion for HIM & his FAMILY,no question about it.

    I hope he will be fit to race at Philipisland because it will be the last time we will ever get to see Casey in action on home soil & it is always a pleasure to watch him race on this track.

    Get well soon Casey,maximum respect for a legendary rider.

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ow01fogno1

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ow01fogno1 says:

respect

any race fan can respect him taking the time to heal up and come back fighting and im sure he will as he has in the past, maybe while he is healing he can show rossi how to set up his bike a bit better,just a thought lol. get well soon casey.

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ruta40ar

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ruta40ar says:

hero

Casey fue un heroe haciendo lo que hizo! Parece que estas proezas venciendo el dolor son propias de los Australianos ya que hace años Mick Doohan hizo lo mismo en 1992 tratando conseguir su primer titulo, que perdio a manos de Rainey por pocos puntos.

 

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shawno76

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shawno76 says:

Enjoy your time off with the fam.  Look forward to watching the Philip Island round when you are (hopefully) fit & healthy.  Indy was a hero ride pal, keep that chin (& leg) up!

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Bootlegger

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Bootlegger says:

Expect him back sooner

Ligaments are a funny old bitch. They are much more painstaking an issue than fractured bones. Unfinished business with Aragon 4 weeks away. I hope he makes it for that round. A triple Aragon record may spur the recovery. Realistically,he will hang it out for the Motegi round and home of Honda.

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bigbashbonanza

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Hardly a hero but a hard bastard all the same!

He must have been in clip at Indy and to finish third was a sterling effort. Hopefully Casey will be back soon to limp onto his bike and show the paddock how to twist an aluminium chassis into all sorts of shapes as he powers round the track! What a guy, a real racer through and through. He'll be missed next year by all true bike racing fans.......

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bigbashbonanza

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I agree with you there.....

Regarding the guys Paralympics being touch nuts. It is truly humbling watching those guys training and competing but this is a MotoGP forum. Channel 4 have one for your choice of comeback! Secondly, this thread isn't about Crutchlow!

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CJeffrey

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CJeffrey says:

Wish him well

I'd like to wish him well with his recovery and hopefully see him back at his home round Phillip Island for his last time. The ride he did an Indy was truely amazing and just proves he's more than a winner. Good luck Casey!

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bigbashbonanza

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Come on Rev....

Let's not get all bitter about Cal. I am happy for him as I am about all the guys at the top of their game. Every single one of those guys on the grid are at the very pinnacle of their sport and if I got to within an inch of being at the very top of my profession then I would be chuffed to bits, but I am, as are the majority of us poor people on this planet, an ordinary bloke and happy for all those who do well in life.

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