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Matthew Birt  says:

Casey Stoner confirms Motegi return

Reigning world champion Casey Stoner has confirmed he will be back in MotoGP action at next weekend’s Japanese Grand Prix at the Twin Ring Motegi. The Australian has been out of action since he badly damaged his right ankle in a qualifying crash for the Indianapolis round in mid-August. Stoner had always hoped to be fit for the Japan round to help...

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  • Posted 3 years ago (03 October 2012 11:31)

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Apr 11

Posts: 1681

ow01fogno1 says:


hate him or love him for his riding style, stoner is by far the fastest rider on the planet out the box , good to see him back on the grid and hope he messes up the front row and hopefully the championship dice, i think dani still will be the stronger out of the two given casey maybe cagey coming back from injury but in the past has only made him faster and more hungry for the wins.


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Aug 11

Posts: 698

Bootlegger says:

The potential shake up

If his Estoril and subsequent race results of 2009 is repeated it will have repurcussions all the way down to 7th in the final points standings. Barring disaster for George or Dani, 1st and 2nd should be safe for the pair of them.

Casey has to fend of the 7 point gap he has to Dovi. Cal has to fend off  Rossi. If Stoner's up there with the two Spaniards it won't affect anything. If he ends up fighting with that second group its really going to shuffle the following pack.

Anyway it is great to know he will be back at Motegi. His presence gaurantees  higher expectations  of any GP racing weekend.

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Feb 09

Posts: 235

tris123 says:


Maybe its just because I can’t stand the twat but I’ve quite enjoyed motogp without the bitchy little prick whining on about fuck knows what or making cuntish comments about other riders whilst getting his ass kicked by Dani.  Fuck off Stoner and don’t come back.


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Oct 10

Posts: 109


Must be a bit of dilemma actually - go all out to add to your record (he has limited opportunities left now) or sacrifice this to help your teammate in the championship. Hope he does the latter rather than the former if I am honest - I would love a proper show down as the season draws to a close..

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Mar 07

Posts: 276

That's right Tris666.....

And MotoGP has been brilliant these last few races. WTF are you on about!?

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Jun 09

Posts: 251

sprintst955 says:

thank god

moto gp desperately needs livening up a will be rubbish next season.

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Jul 12

Posts: 3189

wosihound says:

Stoner has grown some balls..but it wasn't always this way.

How do you square what bennybubble has just said about his crash and comeback now, 8 weeks and surgery later..against 2009, an undiagnosed poorly tummy and 10 weeks off?

I'll tell you..motivation.

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Sep 11

Posts: 2289

YamahaGYTR says:

It will certainly make interesting viewing when it comes to Stoner's home round the Australian GP watch him run off into the distance winning by some margin.

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Mar 09

Posts: 5383

Nostrodamus says:

Seems like it's Wosi with the upset tummy

for three years now he's periodically regurgitated this same old tedious bile. The poor old boy can't quite get his wee head around the fact that illnesses can be equally, or even more debilitating than broken bone injuries.

Add medicine to Wosi's list of topics including mathematics, engineering and physics in which he has a rudimentary grasp at best.

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Aug 10

Posts: 507

shawno76 says:

FOREX it out.

I'd take a great Great British Pound bet with any of you that he will bow to team orders and help Dani win the title (who deserves it the most).  It won't be a conversation like "Casey, stay in front of Jorgé and don't pass Dani.  Or else".  It will be more like "Please don't try to win the race and we'll give you ten grand for every lap you hold up Jorgé.  If you take him out, we'll give you a half million bonus.  More imoprtantly, we would very much like you to return as a mentor on a guaranteed income of one million per year in the future (not yen, that's aussie dollars, not as good as US Dollard and certainly nowhere near the astronomical clout of the Great British Pound which stemmed from a global dominance of a quarter of the populated world by 1908).  Not like any other currency on Earth.  No matter what stats you can dream up.  None.

The pride, motviation and political bullshit that come with a MotoGP premier class title two years on the trot will do wonders for a manufacturer.  It's bigger than you could ever dream of.  You don't like history? you're gonna love the future. 

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