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Ducati’s CEO Claudio Domenicali has said that wildcards aren’t in the plans for Casey Stoner or Ducati in 2016. Ever since it was confirmed that Casey Stoner was returning to Ducati in a test riding capacity, rumours have been regular and intense that the Australian would be wildcarding in a race next season, with Phillip …
Honda has confirmed that Casey Stoner was return to racing for a one off outing at this year's Suzuka 8 Hours. The double MotoGP champion will make his debut at the famous endurance race in July alongside Michael van der Mark and on a Takumi Takahashi on July 26.
“After riding the bike in Sepang a few months ago, I’ve been speaking closely with Honda about the possibility to take part in Suzuka," said Stoner. "It’s always been an event I wanted to do and something I was never able to consider when I was racing in MotoGP, due to our busy schedules, so I’m really looking forward to taking part. The bike is very different to a MotoGP machine, but it will be a new challenge and a chance for me to try something new and unlike what I’ve been used to in my racing to this point.”
Stoner's return for the race has been heavily speculated but the confirmation is sure to see interest in the event surge and for HRC vice-president, Shuhei Nakamoto, the opportunity to have Stoner and van der...
By: Casey Stoner
As many of you know, I’m not a huge fan of interviews and writing publicly but when BT Sport approached me and asked me about doing a few blogs I thought it would be a good way to speak to the fans and share my past year – for those who want to listen!
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Not an interview. His own words. Much better view of CS27 life at the moment including his long trip to America.
Casey Stoner will attend the next MotoGP race set for April 11-13 at Austin. The former World Champion is expected on race-day but he could arrive earlier. It will be the second time, after his retirement, that he visits the paddock, the first time having been last October on occasion of “his” Phillip Island GP, when Carmelo Ezpeleta inducted him as a MotoGP Legend.
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