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Matthew Birt  says:

Casey Stoner rebounds to secure Phillip Island pole

Casey Stoner bounced back from an early crash to claim pole position for his final home race at the spectacular Phillip Island track in Australia earlier today. After dominating all three practice sessions, Stoner suffered a small blip in his quest for a sixth successive home victory when he fell at Turn 4 with just over 20 minutes of qualifying completed. He...

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Bultoboy

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Bultoboy says:

Hugelean needs a new hero and quick

Depression is taking hold and the prescription drugs are causing outpourings of ever increasing nonsense

2013 won't improve matters

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CameronLeeds

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CameronLeeds says:

I can see Cal beating Rossi next year

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cornbowl

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cornbowl says:

Supermario disappears

Where's that rent boy now !!!!,  after putting on post after post endlessly saying, 'Casey shouldn't be allowed to ride', 'a danger on the track', 'FIM & Dorna should ban Stoner', etc., where's the little f*ck now, is he coming back to post on this article, I don't think so, he's down in the woods, paintballing with the fairy's, and as he's the only one wearing blue tights, they'll be 'bulls-eyeing' his arse all weekend.   

I hope Dani can finish in front of JL.

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wosihound

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wosihound says:

The truth is..

Stoner's ankle injury is fine..he landed on the right foot, jumped straight up fresh as a daisy, until he realised what he was doing at which point he started limping. I'm surprised he didn't chunder in his helmet after realising the fake mistake. 

There is nothing wrong with him. It was always just a convenient excuse to deflect from the truth.

Stoner was getting beaten by 4th alien and team mate Pedrosa, who has FAILED to win a title in 7 years on a works Honda, and spared his dopey fans the embarrasment of getting spanked on track. If Jorge was on an RCV he'd be winning races by 20 seconds.

As usual, he crumbled under self imposed pressure. Crashing out of Germany while trying to beat Dani was stupid. Italy he went dirt-tracking. Indy he came down with snow on him..all own-fault mistakes. Nobody else to blame, although he has a good try.

Stoner always takes a well-sorted bike he's inherited backwards..it's in the record book as a fact and he'd be picking gravel out of his arse again if he was riding for Ducati because, he hasn't got the stature, temperment and know-how to develop a bike.

He'll be remembered for never being able to back up a title, despite having the fastest bike.

The boz-eyed #27ers have been hoodwinked.

 

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Bultoboy

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Bultoboy says:

Stoner always takes a well-sorted bike he's inherited backwards..it's in the record book as a fact and he'd be picking gravel out of his arse again if he was riding for Ducati because, he hasn't got the stature, temperment and know-how to develop a bike.

Utter Shite Wosi - depression setting in on you as well after seeing Rossi a rim's width ahead of a CRT bike?

1 second ahead of his team mate on a newer spec bike, half a second ahead of Lorenzo and 2s ahead of Rossi  -  and you reckon he's taken it backwards........

Carry on believing he isn't injured if it suits you. Doesn't alter fact

Meanwhile, the ''best'' Ducati ever developed is 1s off the front row whilst the one he inherited was winning it before it turned yellow. Nice development work if you can get it.

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MarkCDodd

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MarkCDodd says:

Wosihound the Wanker Of The Year

He announced his retirement when he was spanking Pedrosa's butt in the 2012 championship. He seemd to be well onhis way to the 2012 chapionship. That is a fact that you seem to ignore. And God forgive any rider who tries to win and crashes. That is not how this sport works. You just trundle around and collect your paycheck like Rossi. Or give up before the race even starts like Lorenzo at PI this weekend. He did not blame anybody for his crashes. As I recall he even suggested one of them was a win or bin move. And yes, his ankle injury was a fake and the x-rays and scans were fake and the surgeons who operated on him were frauds. What are you going to say if he wins these two last GP's and equals Pedrosas total for the year despite the races he missed? Over 80% of his laps in the last three days have been faster than Pedrosa's single fastest lap. That is domination of a team mate that not even ROssi ever achieved. Of course his 10 wins to 3 last year on a bike developed around Pedrosa was another domination.

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wosihound

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wosihound says:

Truth hurts eh Toyboy?

These are facts my brain-dead mud plugger. Don't backward facing results mean anything in the off-road world?

Did you get dropped often as a baby?

wosi is happy as a pig in shit pal. His prediction that Stoner would FAIL to back up his title and repeat a pattern that started with Ducati in 2007 has been proven. Stoner is a fake. Pedrosa has owned him.

They've both been owned by Jorge, who will likely get owned by The 34 year-old GOAT next year..completely exploding the Casey Stoner myth.

C'mon Bulto..give us an honest assesment on Stoner's season. The fk ups, pressure and bullshit that have prevented a successful defence and the sham that is his retirement?

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Bob Buttamasangy

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Wosi, get a new record mate... pleeeeaaaaasssseee!

Your comments always have the overwhelming undertone that you have greater expectations from Casey Stoner than even his most ardent fan?

He can't win ALL the time buddy, there is a lot of other talent in the field that you clearly aren't even aware exists. I sometimes even wonder if you're privy to the fact that it's motorcycle racing, you certainly don't light up the forum with technical content!

Time you took a leaf out of Casey's book and gave retirement some serious consideration. I'll miss you buddy but I think it would be the best thing you could do for your own sake. Cheers mate!

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sprintst955

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sprintst955 says:

Fact

I am not a stoner fan ,far from it,but his talent is beyond question,he is superfast on any bike at any circuit.The only rider who comes close is lorenzo as the donkey will discover yet again next season.stoners qualifying times today with a busted up ankle were epic,while the donkey sulked around at a quite pathetic pace.

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wosihound

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wosihound says:

Yeah, righto Bob..wosi was one of the soft-cocks predicting Stoner would win all the races wasn't he? hahaha..

Can any of you planks count? 10,6,4,3,10,4*,R.. That's a downward spiral that's repeating itself for a reason. Casey is a fkin lightweight who can't back it up..a mouth on a stick.

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