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Matthew Birt  says:

Casey Stoner bows out with podium in Valencia

Casey Stoner walked away from MotoGP with one last podium after a stunning charge in yesterday’s Valencia race in Spain. The Repsol Honda rider bowed out of Grand Prix racing with a third place in a race that was declared wet but which took place on a dry line throughout. The double MotoGP world champion had the worst conditions imaginable for his...

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  • Posted 2 years ago (12 November 2012 15:37)

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Aug 11

Posts: 797

acanada46 says:


........will show that Stoner ruled during his years aboard a factory MotoGp ride. There endeth the sermon gentlemen.

Stoner      2 titles     a 3rd and 2 4th places

Lorenzo    2 titles  2  2nds and a 4th place

I think jorges record is better than stoners,fact

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Jul 11

Posts: 1894

CHRainmaker says:

Rossi is obviously important..

..but I actually think expanding markets like India and China are more vital to Moto GP's long term survival.

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Dec 09

Posts: 2492

supermario says:

For sure

In 10 years time we'll probably be arguing about whether the Sinnis is better/faster than the Zhong Sheng!

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Jun 11

Posts: 5

bobandrew955 says:

thank you

thank you Casey for your talent and commitment to racing, you will be strongly missed, in the words of another great Kevin Swantz regarding Wayne Rainey ' he's paid his dues' great respect enjoy your retirement. Admire your decision at your young age,and that you have put your family first,but what more do you need to prove, unbelievable talent.all the best.

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