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Matthew Birt  says:

Stefan Bradl withdraws from Phillip Island race

German Stefan Bradl has withdrawn from the Australian MotoGP race after being forced to abort a brave return to action just six days after he broke his right ankle in a Sepang practice crash. Bradl had undergone surgery and intensive treatment after his FP4 tumble in Malaysia and had been declared fit to start practice at the spectacular Phillip Island track. But...

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  • Posted 349 days ago (18 October 2013 09:45)

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Feb 09

Posts: 6

r1yumyum says:

Mr Stoner?

An opportunity for Casey perhaps?  Or would Dorna veto this?  It would make for some fantastic viewing!

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Oct 05

Posts: 323

BrandsR6 says:

Stoner wouldn't do it

It's a shame as we would all love to see him vs Marquez.

It seems a waste of time and effort Bradl going all the way there, plus it would've been a great opportunity for someone else!

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Jul 05

Posts: 125

pogo_it says:

 wouldnt say a nasty corner, seems everyone can slide round it judging by fp1 and 2 

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May 12

Posts: 36

Bolts83 says:

short notice

Its to short notice to put anyone on it, also wouldn't have been fair for Stoner  as Bradl's Honda is inferior to Marquez's it has Nissin brakes instead of Ohlins.

aswell as Stoner being a year out of practice. only man in world that could probably run Marquez pace though.


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Dec 10

Posts: 242

blue200tdi says:

Now I could have sworn that Moaner had retired from motorcycle racing? So why the **** do people keep banging on about him. He's gone, deal with it!

And you know what, MotoGP has been one heck of a lot better for his retirement. How amazing was the battle between Lorenzo and Marquez? Can you imagine the arguments and tantrums that Moaner would have had if that were him bashing fairings with Marquez?

Good riddance I say, hope he never comes back, although when his wife makes off with someone good looking with more money he will come back.

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May 12

Posts: 36

Bolts83 says:


I don't understand why people hate Stoner, up until Marquez he was the fastest rider in the world, not the most consistent that's Lorenzo but out and out fastest. Moto gp hasn't improved without him.

As for his wife leaving him better looking not hard, more money? is the multi millionaire still HRC employed rider not enough. 

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