Looks like the little effeminate Aussie
will continue his bitching girly shit in V8 too. Have a gander please at the link or below:
Ford gun Mark Winterbottom is refusing to take a backwards step in his Twitter-feud with Casey Stoner, branding the MotoGP rider's personal online attack as "weak" and "petty".
Winterbottom, in Adelaide on Friday for the launch of the 2013 Clipsal 500, slammed Stoner's Twitter spray when he accused Frosty of "amateur driving" for an overtaking move during the weekend's three-race Abu Dhabi series.
Winterbottom - outright second on the V8 Supercars championship table behind Jamie Whincup - soon fired back on the social network and Friday reinforced his disappointment at the two-time MotoGP champion's "armchair" criticism.
"I was a bit surprised with it, to be honest," Winterbottom said.
"It's one of those things where you look at someone on the track and you know they're a champion and you respect them - and I actually go for him. But it's not a good effort to abuse people on social media.
"It's pretty disappointing from a bloke who you actually follow. At his level he doesn't need to do it. The whole situation had nothing to do with him.
"Everyone did similar (overtaking moves) all weekend. You watch the race and (Craig) Lowndes did it the day before, (Lee) Holdsworth did it every lap, (Jamie) Whincup did it to (Shane) van Gisbergen at Gold Coast.
"You could bring up the archives but no-one actually stoops to that level of commenting on it.
"It's just petty. He's already making enemies before he even starts, which is a bit silly."
Stoner, retiring from MotoGP this year, has been linked with a move to V8 Supercars next season through Winterbottom's Holden rival Team Vodafone, likely in the second-tier development series.
"I'm happy for anyone to walk up to me and say `I have an issue with you', face to face, that's the manly way of doing it," Winterbottom said. "But social media is just a coward's way, to get on and have a go at someone."
Lowndes, whose Vodafone stable Stoner appears likely to join, said the motorbike champ had the goods to make it on four wheels.
"He hasn't signed anything - but I know (Vodafone boss) Roland (Dane) is keen to get him in the car," Lowndes said.
"I think 90 per cent he will have a go at a race or two, to figure out what his feelings about it are. I don't think he'll do the whole season because his main focus is to spend time with the family.
"But he's got the ability to drive, no doubt about that. We've had two tests (sessions) with him up in Queensland and he's got the mentality and understanding of what he needs to do."