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Casey Stoner Profile - 2011

2011 MotoGP Riders

Jorge Lorenzo #1
Spanish
Yamaha Factory Racing
Jorge Lorenzo
Andrea Dovizioso #4
Italian flag
Repsol Honda
Andrea Dovizioso
Colin Edwards #5
American
Tech3 Monster Yamaha
Colin Edwards
Hiroshi Aoyama #7
Japanese
Honda Gresini
Hiroshi Aoyama
Hector Barbera #8
Spanish
Aspar Ducati
Hector Barbera
Ben Spies #11
American
Yamaha Factory Racing
Ben Spies
Randy de Puniet #14
French
Pramac Racing
Randy de Puniet
Karel Abraham #17
Czech Republic
Cardion AB Ducati
Karel Abraham
Alvaro Bautista #19
Spanish
Suzuki MotoGP
Alvaro Bautista
Toni Elias #24
Spanish
LCR Honda
Toni Elias
Dani Pedrosa #26
Spanish
Repsol Honda
Dani Pedrosa
Casey Stoner #27
Australian
Repsol Honda
Casey Stoner
Cal Crutchlow #35
British
Tech3 Monster Yamaha
Cal Crutchlow
Valentino Rossi #46
Italian
Ducati Team
Valentino Rossi
M. Simoncelli #58
Italian
Honda Gresini
Marco Simoncelli
Loris Capirossi #65
Italian
Pramac Racing
Loris Capirossi
Nicky Hayden #69
American
Ducati Team
Nicky Hayden

MotoGP racing - Casey Stoner

Casey Stoner - 2011 MotoGP World Champion

Australian rider Casey Stoner is, without a doubt, one of the most talented riders to grace the tracks of the MotoGP circuit. Casey's journey to World Champion began with a debut entry as a wildcard at Donington Park in 2001. His Grand Prix career began in the 250cc class in 2002. In 2003, he took a small step down to compete in the 125cc class - with four podiums and a final-round win that season, Casey was on his way. In 2004, he won the first ever Gran Prix victory for KTM, and ended up finishing 5th overall for the season. In 2005, Stoner rejoined the 250cc battlefield, earning 5 victories and a second place overall standing at season's end.

Finally, in 2006, Casey Stoner burst into the premier class riding for LCR Honda. His "balls out" riding style earned him the pole position in only his second race in Qatar, followed by a spot on the podium in second place to Marco Melandri's win in Turkey. Unfortunately in his inaugural Premier Class year, Casey's riding style also earned him a "loose cannon" tag. His brilliant rides were often interupted by equally brilliant crashes. The latter did not thwart the decision to lure him into the Ducati paddock for the 2007 season - which would prove to be the defining moment of his career.

Stoner's 2007 season was no less than spectacular. Ten first place finishes, several of them pole-to-flag wins, earned him the title of MotoGP World Champion. His epic battle with Valentino Rossi at Catalunya that year will go down as one of the best races in MotoGP history. Eight impressive wins in 2008 were not enough to retain the crown, which was recaptured by Casey's most competitive rival, seven-time World Champion, Valentino Rossi.

2009 proved to be an exciting and challenging year for Casey Stoner. The competiton was fierce with Rossi running defense and several fresh, new, eager and talented riders, Casey had his work cut out for him. Stricken with a mid-season mystery illness, Casey chose to take a break from racing to focus on his health. Rookie Mika Kallio stepped in to take his place for Ducati Marlboro. After missing 3 races, and crashing out on the sighting lap in the final race at Valencia, Casey's amazing run for the title still managed to rack up enough points to land him 4th in the final standings.

2010 found Stoner back in racing form and chasing down the title once again on that big red Duc that is rumored to be so difficult to ride - Casey clearly mastered it and used his skills to secure another 4th place finish in the final standings.

2011 finds Stoner reuniting with the Honda factory again for the Repsol Honda Team who will be running three bikes out of their paddock with three amazingly talented riders who all finished in the top 5 of the final standings in 2010 - Casey Stoner, Dani Pedrosa and Andrea Dovizioso.

Australian Casey Stoner #27 - Repsol Honda

Casey Stoner - Repsol Honda Born: October 16,1985

Hometown : Kurri-Kurri, Australia

Height: 5' 7

Weight: 128 lbs

Marital Status: Married

Hobbies: cycling, snorkelling, videogames

Team: Repsol Honda

Helmet: Nolan

Casey Stoner 2011 MotoGP Results



Round Race Finished
1 Losail 1st
2 Jerez DNF
3 Estoril 3rd
4 Le Mans 1st
5 Catalunya 1st
6 Silverstone 1st
7 Assen 2nd
8 Mugello 3rd
9 Sachsenring 3rd
10 Laguna Seca 1st
11 Brno 1st
12 Indianapolis 1st
13 Misano 3rd
14 Aragon 1st
15 Motegi 3rd
16 Phillip Island 1st
17 Sepang  
18 Valencia  

 

Repsol Honda

Repsol Honda
Casey Stoner | Dani Pedrosa | Andrea Dovizioso

Casey Stoner testing at Sepang

Official Casey Stoner Site

Casey Stoner Replica Nolan Helmets.....

Nolan X602 Stoner Replica Helmet

Nolan X602 Casey Stoner Replica

Nolan X602 Stoner Philip Island Replica Helmet

Nolan X602 Stoner Philip Island Replica


Casey Stoner Minichamps....

 

2009 Ducati GP9 Casey Stoner MotoGP Minichamps
 
2008 Ducati GP8 Casey Stoner MotoGP Minichamps
 
Minichamps Casey Stoner Figure Carrying the Australian Flag 2007
 
2006 RC211V Casey Stoner MotoGP Minichamps


MotoGP Racing

The fastest men on two wheels - MotoGP is the world's premier sportbike racing championship.The 2011 season promises 18 Grand Prix races where the world's top sportbike manufacturers and most talented riders come together for a breathtaking display of speed and agility on the most technically demanding road courses known to man.

This year, Valentino Rossi will ride to reclaim his World Championship title against the Australian power-rider, Casey Stoner, Spanish throttle-jockey Dani Pedrosa, and current world champion Jorge Lorenzo .

MotoGP racing - Creating sportbike racing legends at over 200 MPH.

Experience the excitement of the 2011 season of MotoGP racing as Casey Stoner battles to recapture the World Championship title

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