Wosi mate, you've been crying the biggest tears of all these past two years and we see no reason that the hankies will be put away this year either. What I'm talking about Wosi is amply illustrated in virtually every post you make which goes out of your way to remove any credit Stoner should have for winning his races / titles - whatever the topic. You always bring it around to Stoner. The guy has fried your brain.
You nit-pick every incident involving him and overblow those that you think justify your belief that he was fragile of mind and easily distracted. Any issues with the bike, such as chatter, is his fault for not knowing how to set it up because he's lazy. Any mistake he makes is because he's buckled under pressure. Face it man, all this is because deep down you know he had the measure of Rossi but you can't accept it, you're in dneial, hence the endless crusade to undermione the guy's ability. If you say it often enough it becomes fact - isn't that how it goes.
Nakamoto's little speech is purely his own thought - a subjective one whilst reflecting on a season. When Stoner crashed in Germany it was his first in a race on the Honda. He was going for a win - you know, the objective of racing. He thought he had the chance to do it but made a mistake. It happens. He talks of him being affected by Germany as the reason he couldn't find a set up in Mugello. Jerez was another track he struggled in practise and qualifying, much the same as Mugello, but in Jerez he won the race. Mugello was his first bad race weekend for Honda. Big deal and hardly the sign that he was coming apart mentally when in the next race he went out and destroyed Lorenzo and Pedrosa at Laguna. How could this be? He was a mental basket case by now surely? Using the old chassis that didn't work as well as the new one (seems it did though eh) Racing at the track where he was left mentally destroyed by the great VR and at which he should have crumbled through repeated flashbacks of his humiliation the moment he reached the corkscrew - although he may have got over that when he saw VR wobble off into the gravel at 2 seconds a lap slower than he was.
When he crashed at Indy he was one of several riders to do so across all classes at the same corner, not the only rider to crash all weekend. This time he was unlucky and picked up an injury that finished his season. Again you over analyse a situation, looking for a cause of the crash that will benefit your argument that he was crumbling mentally and the one you come up with was that he was pushing too hard, too soon for no reason. Well fancy that, a rider trying to improve his lap time in qualifying. What the fck was he thinking.