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Matthew Birt  says:

Casey Stoner poised for car racing debut in Australia

Double MotoGP world champion Casey Stoner has shown off the Red Bull Racing Australia Holden car he will make his long-awaited V8 Supercars debut in later this week. The former factory Ducati and Repsol Honda rider will contest the Dunlop Development Series in 2013 and his competitive four-wheeled debut will come on the unforgiving Victoria Park street track in Adelaide when...

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Feb 13

Posts: 95

CaseyIsGONE says:

you obviously wasnt watching motogp, if he wasnt hungry he'd have packed up like mr. stoner and left. hes still got the hunger to fight to win and make a comeback, the ducati held him back like it holds everyone back. i cant think what kind of person would come up with a dumb comment like that, im thinking either an 11 year old or a hot headed spanish person. what category do you fall into?

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Sep 11

Posts: 117

dacron says:

good life vs miserable life

listen to you valentino ass lickers!! , any mention of stoner and the guns start shooting in all directions , why , because he was the guy that took it to your god and showed everyone he was easy to beat even on a crap bike , oh whats that i hear!! laguna seca 08!! , oh of course vale beat stoner at laguna seca in 2008 , remarkable stuff , you guys hang on to that one ok , you will need it to tell your grand kids of vales remarkable feat against the evil stoner on his evil ducati and then kissed the track for the great victory on the championship winning yamaha. that race is all you guys have right? after that all you have is insults like moaner because besides laguna seca 08 there is nothing to throw at him that hurts his track record. ask yourselves , who has a great life.......and who doesn't!!....cheers.

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Mar 07

Posts: 276


Look at your name shit lips. You're very quick to shoot people down and of course everything you say is right, but funnily enough it isn't. It's your opinion like mine is Rossi didn't try hard enough on the Duke.

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Jun 10

Posts: 288

bluehaze60 says:

Missing the point

WHEN STONER WON THE 2007 TITLE IT WAS ON THE BLOODY STEEL TRELLIS FRAME,not the carbon air box frame as soon as stoner started to push harder he fell probably as many times as Rossi & Hayden . I also remember Rossi giving stoner a good battering at Laguna in 08 stoner was not the same rider after that , it took him a while to get his head sorted & when he did he won another title,my lasting memory of stoner was seeing the HDTV slow motion shot of him going over the waterfall at the sachsenring , just awesome, I wonder if we,ll see any shots of stoner drifting Holden out of the corners,. I'm now getting bored of the Rossi / stoner argument as far I'm concerned its done, we've got other battles to look forward to so come on let this go

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Aug 11

Posts: 797

acanada46 says:


Jamie wincup and craig lowndes two of the best touring car drivers the world has ever seen....they have achieved absolutely nothing outside of australia.

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Nov 03

Posts: 2232

saturn392 says:


You have to understand that the Australian world is defined between the boundaries of  Darwin in the north - Melbourne in the south - Perth in the west and Sydney in the East.

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Jun 10

Posts: 510

weskit says:

of COURSE he's still hungry

He's got a fricken aircraft-hanger full of surplus yellow VR46 merchandise that isn't going to shift if he's just driving a rally car around Monza. Is it?

CaseyIsGONE I'm worried about you, you seem a bit tense and wound up. May I suggest a trip to the bathroom with same candles, an ipad full of images like this and some tissues.

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Jul 11

Posts: 1893

CHRainmaker says:

"prepare yourselves for the final flourish of a legend, the likes of whom we'll never see again."

Over half a second down...that's some flourish!...

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Jul 12

Posts: 3189

wosihound says:

Early days yet..Rossi is always stronger in the race.

You seem a little tense too Pal..perhaps a trip to the bathroom with a carrier bag full of IZAL bog paper will stop you spreading yourself a bit thin..then again, maybe not.

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Jan 12

Posts: 1797

doohanfan says:

bloody steel trellis frame

was the reaction of the riders, why do you think they changed it, a separate issue to whether the carbon fibre bike was a good idea in itself.

Stoner had zero race falls in 2009 btw, the first year of the carbon fibre bike when the thing was still being developed to his preferences.

Also btw, do you think valentino would have won laguna seca 2008 had he been on the ducati? I suspect after his ducati years even valentino  doesn't think so any more, and he was quick to dissociate himself when an old comment from him regarding that race was re-aired recently.

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