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Casey Stoner completes two-day test in Motegi for HRC. Casey happy with positive Ducati testing as he finishes work at Sepang Three days of official MotoGP testing came to an end this afternoon at the Sepang circuit.
Casey tops the timesheets on day one of IRTA Sepang test The first day of IRTA testing at Sepang concluded this afternoon, as the rain, which began to fall on Casey Stoner visits Automobili Lamborghini Casey Stoner has visited the headquarters of Lamborghini during his current trip to Italy.
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Staff writers The West Australian. Fri, 27 November PM Comments Comments. Camera Icon Casey Stoner is in the midst of a health battle.
Are you already a subscriber? Our Network West Rewards. Stoner showed signs of feeling under-appreciated by the general public. He was angered by consistent suggestions that the bike and tyres had a bigger role in his success than he did,  and unhappy at being booed at Donington in and In August he was criticised for his former Ducati team's association with tobacco company Philip Morris.
Stoner has stated that he would prefer to shun the limelight and let his riding style do the talking. In an interview with Australian Motorcycle News, he was quoted as saying he would prefer a return to purer form of racing from the cc days, stating that "Back in those days, it was just racing — Doohan, Rainey, Schwantz, Gardner, Lawson — not half as much bullshit as now.
That was the life. Before the Australian Grand Prix , the Phillip Island Grand Prix Circuit named the third corner "Stoner Corner". After announcing his retirement from MotoGP, rumours persisted throughout the year that Stoner would debut in touring car racing in ; specifically the Australian V8 Supercars series.
Such a switch is a rare but not unprecedented move; as fellow Australian world motorcycling champion Wayne Gardner retired from motorcycle racing in and made his touring car debut the following year.
The rumours intensified when V8 Supercars team Triple Eight Race Engineering announced that Red Bull; a long term sponsor of Stoner, would be the major sponsor of the team from onwards, replacing Vodafone.
After numerous denials, in January , Stoner announced that he would indeed move to touring car racing on a one-year contract with Triple Eight Race Engineering.
Stoner would race in the second tier Dunlop V8 Supercar Series for the season. On 27 February , two days before his debut at the Adelaide Street Circuit , Stoner unveiled his car, sponsored by Red Bull and Pirtek.
His car would be a Holden VE Commodore , the same car that was driven to victory in the Supercheap Auto Bathurst by Mark Skaife and Craig Lowndes.
He finished the season 18th in the standings with points. In , Stoner signed with Honda as a test rider to aid in the development of new machinery on a limited basis through to the end of the season.
He renewed his contract again in for another season of test riding through to January 1, After three years retired from MotoGP, on 27 March, HRC announced that Casey Stoner was to return to motorcycle racing in In July, Stoner competed at the Suzuka 8 Hours where he rode the Honda CBRRR.
His teammates were World Superbike rider Michael van der Mark and MFJ All Japan Road Race JSB Championship and HRC test rider Takumi Takahashi.
The team qualified for the race in fourth position. With his team leading the race, Stoner suffered a violent crash due to a throttle malfunction which forced him to dump his bike into a guard barrier.
The crash saw their race come to an end. Stoner suffered a broken right scapula and a fractured left tibia as a result of the accident.
I picked the bike up to try to slow down but I was heading towards the wall so I decided to lay it over and hit the barrier.
Unfortunately the barriers were a lot harder than they looked and we came out of it with broken bones. After Repsol Honda Team completed the Qatar Grand Prix , Dani Pedrosa , Honda's MotoGP rider had to have surgery to treat the compartment syndrome arm pump in his right forearm.
This would mean that Pedrosa would miss the next two consecutive races, the Austin and the Argentine.
Stoner offered to fill in for Pedrosa for these two events. In Casey Stoner returned to the Ducati Corse Team as a test rider for the MotoGP season , ending his five-year tenure with Honda.
Stoner's main role with Ducati is being a test rider and it has been further proposed that he may appear in some races as a wild card entry. Stoner participated in the official pre-season tests at Malaysia and was the fastest Ducati rider on the grid.
He finished the final day of testing with the 5th-best time overall. Later on in April, Stoner considered racing at the Argentine Grand Prix to fill in for the injured Danilo Petrucci but decided not to.
Ducati manager Luigi dall'Igna commented that Stoner's physical fitness was yet not at the level needed to compete and added that, "[Casey] has also had some physical problems, he still lacks strength.
It wouldn't make any sense to enter him in a race [at this point]. Mid-way through the season, we'll see.
Stoner was named the Young Australian of the Year for his MotoGP performance. The FIM named him a Legend in October prior to the Australian motorcycle Grand Prix.
In October , he was inducted into the Sport Australia Hall of Fame. Stoner met Adriana Tuchyna from Adelaide when she approached him at Phillip Island in and asked him to sign her stomach.
Following his experience of tiredness and sickness during , Stoner was ultimately diagnosed as lactose intolerant.
At the Czech Republic Grand Prix in August , Stoner announced that his wife was pregnant with their first child. On 6 October , their second daughter Caleya Maria's birth was announced by Stoner on social media.
Stoner wore sponsored protective gear from Spidi between and , and Alpinestars between and After announcing his retirement from MotoGP, Stoner still wore sponsored gear from Alpinestars, between his debut of the Australian V8 Supercars in and associated with the HRC with the tests of development new machinery for Honda RCV.
In Stoner revealed he was living with Chronic Fatigue Syndrome also known as ME Myalgic Encephalomyelitis. Stoner's most successful race was the Australian motorcycle Grand Prix which he dominated with six straight wins until his retirement, having never lost at the event on a factory bike.
His next best races were Qatar with four wins and then Great Britain and Laguna Seca with 3 wins apiece. In addition, Casey Stoner won every different Grand Prix that was available to be won during his racing career.
As such he won 21 total different Grand Prix events with wins in Qatar , Turkey , China , Catalunya , Donington Park , Silverstone , Laguna Seca , Czech Republic , San Marino , Phillip Island , Malaysia , Netherlands , Germany , Valencia , Italy , Aragon , Japan , France , Indianapolis , Jerez and Portugal.
From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. Australian motorcycle racer. Not to be confused with Casey Stoney. Stoner at the Australian Grand Prix.
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