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Matthew Birt  says:

Philip Island MotoGP: Valentino Rossi not surprised at Casey Stoner’s home speed

Valentino Rossi said he wasn’t surprised to see Casey Stoner dominating the opening day of practice for this weekend’s Australian Grand Prix at Phillip Island earlier today. Fears the slow recovering right ankle injury he suffered in Indianapolis might seriously hinder the Aussie in his final appearance at Phillip Island vanished today as Stoner delivered a stunning performance in front of...

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  • Posted 2 years ago (26 October 2012 09:16)

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Mar 08

Posts: 315

vmax4steve says:

Left handed track Hugelean

At Phillip Island Stoner unbeaten since 2007 and Hayden holds the lap record. Both favour left handed tracks because of their dirt track beginnings. Stoners ankle injury is most felt around right handed tracks as the last two races have shown. Once again your Rossi bias taints anything you post. Try widening your perspective.

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Oct 11

Posts: 617

revnev7 says:


       And yet this bike won every race,with Stoner on it,right upto the day Rossi was allowed to ride it ! Phillip Island is a unique circuit,a rider`s circuit,where the bike is not the be-all-and -end-all. And yet,with all the money and effort thrown at it,{ something they would never do with Stoner },Ducati have ended up with a  200cc bigger,{ faster },m`cycle,that is so far behind what it once was,it begger`s belief !  SO LET`S BLAME THE BIKE...........AGAIN !!

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