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Matthew Birt  says:

Rain disrupts Casey Stoner’s return to two wheels in Japan

Casey Stoner has returned to MotoGP action at the Twin Ring Motegi track in Japan today, the double world champion completing his first stint on a factory Honda since he retired from racing nine months ago. Stoner’s two-day appearance, which was exclusively revealed by MCN last month, is the first of four test sessions the Australian has planned in the coming...

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DoubtingThomas

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He doesn't like anything

He's even bad mouthing the series he's competing in now.

“Dunlop Series is a joke. How can you declare a race after 8 laps of a circuit that has a 1:11.00 lap time,” he wrote in a two-part spray that was later removed from his (Twitter) page.

Moan, moan, moan.

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doohanfan

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doohanfan says:

any moaning by Stoner DT

is as always easily exceeded by moaning about him, as you once again illustrate.

He is entirely accurate in this case, although he did choose to compete in the series when it is obvious to even the most casual observer that it is rubbish as he says, which should have been obvious to him also before he started.

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DoubtingThomas

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Just reporting it doohan

Revillo's asking why he quit, Adie gave his reasons, and I'm just saying he moans about everything. Motogp, the bikes, the media, people racing too early, etc, so he quit. Now it's the Dunlop series is a joke, he needs time off, people race too early, and so on. The guys head's a mess.

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winger

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winger says:

Say what you like but Moto GP is a poorer place without him.

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Hedgehog5

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Hedgehog5 says:

Doubting...

"and I'm just saying he moans about everything. Motogp, the bikes,"


No one else does that do they?...

2007

2012

... & I won't even start on his moaning about the bikes! At least Stoner could ride them.

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AdieMonk

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AdieMonk says:

Hedgehog the spikey troll....

Here we go...Rossi vs Stoner!  FFS!

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Paddedcell100

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Bang on the money Winger.... So he moaned a bit,every top level sportsman does,its just part of being a winner and never being happy with anything less than the best. Moto GP is certainly a much poorer place without him racing,imagine just what Stoner versus Marquez would be like over the next few seasons if he was still racing,absolutely mind boggling.... Love him or hate him,he sure could wring the neck out of a bike and it was a true pleasure to watch him in action.

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PaceyCasey

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PaceyCasey says:

RidgeRacer

ding ding!

 ..and it didnt take long for one ardent rambler to come out from under the rock.

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Any chance of another 'ding ding' to end the fight?

'Saturn'.......''And --- please let's not have a 600 post Stonerfest!''. Oh well bud. Maybe wish for something a little more likely................... like winning the lottery? Good (for some of us) to see the whining, buck toothed, non-developer of an Ozzie back on a bike though 'cos he's crap in a car :)

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pannyderosa

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pannyderosa says:

stoner

was and never will be in the same league as Marquez.

Marc is an all round nice guy and not only a better racer than Stoner but he will go on to be one of the greats just like Rossi has done.

He will not moan and complain about things and he certainly will not give up the way casey did.
Casey maybe had the ability but his character and attitude let him down badly.

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PaceyCasey

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PaceyCasey says:

Adie

Hedgehog the spikey troll....

Here we go...Rossi vs Stoner!  FFS!

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You're missing the point bud, they all moan! You moan. I moan. MOST people moan. Who better to use as an example than the most decorated rider of the modern era? Chill mate.

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