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Matthew Birt  says:

Casey Stoner memories: Livio Suppo

In the fourth part of MCN’s exclusive series of Stoner memories, Livio Suppo, who signed Stoner for Ducati at the end of 2006 and then worked with him at HRC, shares his thoughts. “I think his Phillip Island win in 2011 was unforgettable because it was a situation you can only dream of.  "Very few people in the world can experience something...

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Tripitaka

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Tripitaka says:

Pacey

I was in wind-up mode  -  been reading this Stoner shite for days now and getting a bit bored.   Need to start the insults flying ......

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PaceyCasey

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PaceyCasey says:

Tripi

Only an idiot would waste his time getting bored bud.

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YamahaGYTR

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YamahaGYTR says:

Its fair to say Suppo has many memories with Casey his home race I'd say the win in 2010 on the Duke was more special considering it was poor compared to the Yamaha and Honda and JL closes the gap and Casey responds to slam the door shut and wins by some distance.

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Tripitaka

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Tripitaka says:

pacey

Aha ......... got you     hahaha

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Bootlegger

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Bootlegger says:

Off topic

Tripikaka. Stoner's personality is the one generating your input. So yes,he has a great personality by virtue of you contributing to the topic.

The tabloids can't let him go because he has gone and need him back.

He won't come back anytime. 

Not the nature of the Stoner beast that tamed the Ducati beast.

I thank the MGP Gods that Ducati have 4 riders this year that are game enough to cross the 'scrathline'.

Hayden is out of the shadows for the first time in his GP career. Spies is afforded a 'fun' and brutal 2009 opportunity. Dovi has an opportunity to take the helm on the rider front in terms of the bike for the first time.

Crazy Joe fixed his nose I hear ! He will smell out any weakness within the camp and exploit it. 

If Yamaha and Honda scalps are part of the parcel and 'by the way'. Enjoy it.

Sepang 1 about a month away. 

 

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PaceyCasey

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PaceyCasey says:

Tripi

You've not wound me up or insulted me so you got diddly bud. Idiot.

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Tripitaka

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Tripitaka says:

When Casey signed

for Honda they obviously expected him to win back to back titles a la Doohan and were willing to pay an unprecedented amount of dosh for him to do that.    He stuck his fingers up and walked away from argueably the best deal in the history of the sport.  Well 'Mr fragile personality and soon to be forgotten Stoner'  Nobody is bigger than the Sport   .............  Long Live the Sport.  As you say Bootlegger ... only a few weeks to Sepang.

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PaceyCasey

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PaceyCasey says:

Tripitaka says

When Casey signed


for Honda they obviously expected him to win back to back titles a la Doohan and were willing to pay an unprecedented amount of dosh for him to do that.    He stuck his fingers up and walked away from argueably the best deal in the history of the sport
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'unprecedented', 'best deal in the history of the sport'?????? C'mon Tripi, you're a clever man, show us the figures to back this up bud.  

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Tripitaka

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Tripitaka says:

Pacey

I did say argueably as I don't have the figures and can't be asked to research it - but I think it's generally accepted that he was offered an unprecedented 15 million dollars to re-sign ... which is more than they ever paid to their Formula 1 drivers.  So IMO that plus the best bike on the grid must add up to the best deal in the history of the sport.

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stoner

would have won back to back titles if the wankstains tht run motogp hadn`t changed the fukin rules yet again

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