Casey Stoner ready for MotoGP testing

Casey Stoner will return to the controls of a MotoGP bike next week when he makes the first in a series of testing appearances for Repsol Honda. The 27-year-old sensationally quit MotoGP at the end of last season, moving home to Australia where he now races in V8 Supercars’ second-tier Dunlop Series. His new base … [Read the full story]

Will Casey Stoner deliver in his final race?

This is Casey Stoner’s swansong on two wheels. The 27-year-old is popular because of his fearless riding style, which is at its pulsating best around the swooping high-speed oceanside track, rather than his personality. The kid from Kurri Kurri is the least outgoing and expressive motorcycle champion since fellow Australian world champion Mick Doohan, who … [Read the full story]

Casey Stoner to retire from MotoGP

“This isn’t a two standard series. This is a MotoGP championship. This is a prototype championship” – Casey Stoner. After reading a statement announcing the shock news that he will retire from MotoGP at the end of this season, reigning double world champion Casey Stoner later gave more details as to why he wants to … [Read the full story]

Stoner goes top with Estoril win

Casey Stoner led wire to wire in Estoril yesterday to take his second win of the season, finally bagging a win at every track on the current MotoGP schedule. The Australian pulled out a 1.6-second lead on the first lap and never relinquished the lead after securing the first position before the second corner of … [Read the full story]

Stoner Wins At Home To Clinch Second World Title ‎

Casey Stoner capped a memorable 26th birthday by clinching his second MotoGP title with victory at his home race. Australian Stoner only had to finish in the top six to be crowned champion after Jorge Lorenzo was ruled out of the race with a hand injury suffered in a crash in Sunday morning’s warm-up. But … [Read the full story]

Stoner in top form for Aussie MotoGP

Casey Stoner dominated both practice sessions for the Australian GP on Friday as he closes in on the 2011 MotoGP world championship. The Australian, chasing his fifth straight win at his home race, recorded a best time of 1 minute, 30.475 seconds around the Phillip Island track ahead of Yamaha’s Jorge Lorenzo in 1:30.744 in … [Read the full story]

Casey Stoner takes pole position in Japan

Casey Stoner produced a stunning late lap to take his 10th pole position of the season in Japan. Jorge Lorenzo looked set to start Sunday’s race from the front until Stoner clocked a lap of one minute 45.267 seconds. Lorenzo will start in second ahead of Stoner’s Repsol Honda team-mate Andrea Dovizioso, with Dani Pedrosa … [Read the full story]

Casey Stoner edges closer to MotoGP world title

Repsol Honda’s Casey Stoner took no-one by surprise and cruised to another simple MotoGP win at Motorland Aragon this afternoon with team-mate Dani Pedrosa six seconds behind and reigning champion Jorge Lorenzo taking the final podium spot. The 2007 world champion took the lead from Ben Spies at the end of lap one after passing … [Read the full story]

Casey Stoner breaks circuit record at Mugello

Casey Stoner claimed his fifth pole position of the 2011 MotoGP season with a record lap in the very brief period of dry running that the Italian Grand Prix qualifying allowed. The whole field came out on slicks on a drying track as soon as the session began, and by the halfway mark conditions were … [Read the full story]

Casey Stoner wins British MotoGP

Casey Stoner secured his fourth race win of the season and the lead in the MotoGP World Championship after his main rival Jorge Lorenzo crashed out in the rain at Silverstone. Stoner, the Respol Honda rider, produced an almost faultless race from pole position to take his third successive win and now leads the defending … [Read the full story]

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