Casey Stoner

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Veel coureurs hebben een eigen topic maar Casey nog niet en daarom nu deze topic! :)

Bio :
Name : Casey Stoner
Birthdate : 16 october 1985
Nationality : Australian
Birthtown : Southport ,Australia
Lenght : 1,70 m
Weight : 58 kilo
Present livingplace : Monaco
Marital Status: Married with Adriana ,13 januari 2007






- At four years of age Casey competed in his first race in the under 9s category at the Hatchers dirt racing track on the Gold Coast

- By the age of six he had won his first Australia title

- Between the ages of 6 and 14 Casey raced all over Australia,winning 41 Australian dirt and long track titles and over 70 State titles, riding up to 5 bikes at a meeting in different capacity categories

- When he was twelve Casey raced the Australian Long Track Titles on the NSW Central Coast in 5 different categories with seven rounds in each capacity; a total of 35 races over the one weekend! He won 32 out of those 35 races and took five out of five Australian titles in the one meet

- Just after his 14th birthday Casey and his parents decided to make the move overseas and packed up and headed to England to start his road racing career

- He went on to take out the English 125cc Aprilia Championship in 2000, in his first year of road racing

- In that year he also raced two rounds of the Spanish 125cc Championship. It was there he was noticed by GP great Alberto Puig. Alberto was impressed by Casey's determination and skill and invited him to race for the Telefonica Movistar Team in the 125cc Spanish Championships the next year

- In 2001 Casey raced in both the English and Spanish championships in the same year. Despite missing some English races due to clashes with Spanish rounds, he still managed to come second in both championships. In that same year he was also granted wildcard entries into the MotoGP 125cc world series, in both England and Australia. He placed 18th and 12th respectively and as a result was offered a ride in the Grand Prix world series the next year for the Safilo Oxydo LCR team

- In 2003 he went on to ride for Lucio and Safilo Oxydo LCR in the 125cc GP series and took four podium finishes and his first race win, in Valencia, at the end of the season. His first win in a GP race was a huge turning point for Casey and his career

- In 2004, at 18 years of age, Casey moved to KTM for a season where he helped to develop the team's 125cc bike into a winning machine. That year he made it to the podium six times and took KTM's first ever win in a GP class

-2005 saw Casey once again come back under the welcoming umbrella of Lucio Cecchinello's team, this time riding an official 250cc Aprilia

- Finally in 2006, at twenty years of age, Casey accomplished his long held ambition of racing in MotoGP, the fastest and most prestigious of the classes. He set pole position in his second MotoGP race in Qatar and battled for the win until the final corner in the GP of Turkey, finishing runner-up just a fraction behind winner Melandri. Too many errors conditioned the second part of the year, but Casey, in finishing eighth overall in his rookie MotoGP season, demonstrated that he was in amongst the elite group, of which he is the youngest rider

- In 2007 Casey Stoner has joined the Ducati Marlboro Team alongside Loris Capirossi, with whom he has struck up a good friendship. In winter testing he has often been amongst the pacesetters and has proved to have rapidly adapted to the Desmosedici GP7 and Bridgestone tyres. On March 10, 2007, at the Losail International Circuit in Qatar, Stoner won the first grand prix of the season, the first ever 800cc grand prix, and had his first win in the MotoGP class. After that the young Australian took other nine wins, four further podium finished and scored five pole positions. On September 23rd, in Japan, Stoner secured Ducati’s first MotoGP World Championship becoming the first rider in over 30 years to win the MotoGP title on a European made bike and the second youngest premier-class World Champion

www.caseystoner.com.au/



Career statistics :
2001 - 125cc Honda RS125R , championship place : 29th
2002 - 250cc Aprilia RS250 Team LCR , championship place :12th
2003 - 125cc Aprilia RS125 Team LCR , championship place : 8th
2004 - 125cc KTM 125 FPR Red Bull KTM , championship place : 5th
2005 - 250cc Aprilia RSA250 Team LCR , championship place : 2nd
2006 - MotoGP Honda RC211V Team LCR , championship place :8th
2007 - MotoGP Ducati GP7 Ducati Corse , championship place : 1st
2008 - MotoGP Ducati GP8 Ducati Corse , championship place : 2nd
2009 - MotoGP Ducati GP9 Ducati Corse , championship place : 2rd*
 
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mac d

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Bio :
Name : Casey Stoner
Birthdate : 16 october 1985
Nationality : Australian
Birthtown : Southport ,Australia
Lenght : 1,70 m
Weight : 58 kilo
Present livingplace : Monaco
Marital Status: Married with Adriana ,13 januari 2007






- At four years of age Casey competed in his first race in the under 9s category at the Hatchers dirt racing track on the Gold Coast

- By the age of six he had won his first Australia title

- Between the ages of 6 and 14 Casey raced all over Australia,winning 41 Australian dirt and long track titles and over 70 State titles, riding up to 5 bikes at a meeting in different capacity categories

- When he was twelve Casey raced the Australian Long Track Titles on the NSW Central Coast in 5 different categories with seven rounds in each capacity; a total of 35 races over the one weekend! He won 32 out of those 35 races and took five out of five Australian titles in the one meet

- Just after his 14th birthday Casey and his parents decided to make the move overseas and packed up and headed to England to start his road racing career

- He went on to take out the English 125cc Aprilia Championship in 2000, in his first year of road racing

- In that year he also raced two rounds of the Spanish 125cc Championship. It was there he was noticed by GP great Alberto Puig. Alberto was impressed by Casey's determination and skill and invited him to race for the Telefonica Movistar Team in the 125cc Spanish Championships the next year

- In 2001 Casey raced in both the English and Spanish championships in the same year. Despite missing some English races due to clashes with Spanish rounds, he still managed to come second in both championships. In that same year he was also granted wildcard entries into the MotoGP 125cc world series, in both England and Australia. He placed 18th and 12th respectively and as a result was offered a ride in the Grand Prix world series the next year for the Safilo Oxydo LCR team

- In 2003 he went on to ride for Lucio and Safilo Oxydo LCR in the 125cc GP series and took four podium finishes and his first race win, in Valencia, at the end of the season. His first win in a GP race was a huge turning point for Casey and his career

- In 2004, at 18 years of age, Casey moved to KTM for a season where he helped to develop the team's 125cc bike into a winning machine. That year he made it to the podium six times and took KTM's first ever win in a GP class

-2005 saw Casey once again come back under the welcoming umbrella of Lucio Cecchinello's team, this time riding an official 250cc Aprilia

- Finally in 2006, at twenty years of age, Casey accomplished his long held ambition of racing in MotoGP, the fastest and most prestigious of the classes. He set pole position in his second MotoGP race in Qatar and battled for the win until the final corner in the GP of Turkey, finishing runner-up just a fraction behind winner Melandri. Too many errors conditioned the second part of the year, but Casey, in finishing eighth overall in his rookie MotoGP season, demonstrated that he was in amongst the elite group, of which he is the youngest rider

- In 2007 Casey Stoner has joined the Ducati Marlboro Team alongside Loris Capirossi, with whom he has struck up a good friendship. In winter testing he has often been amongst the pacesetters and has proved to have rapidly adapted to the Desmosedici GP7 and Bridgestone tyres. On March 10, 2007, at the Losail International Circuit in Qatar, Stoner won the first grand prix of the season, the first ever 800cc grand prix, and had his first win in the MotoGP class. After that the young Australian took other nine wins, four further podium finished and scored five pole positions. On September 23rd, in Japan, Stoner secured Ducati’s first MotoGP World Championship becoming the first rider in over 30 years to win the MotoGP title on a European made bike and the second youngest premier-class World Champion


Casey Stoner homepage
Casey Stoner fanclub forum



Career statistics :
2001 - 125cc Honda RS125R , championship place : 29th
2002 - 250cc Aprilia RS250 Team LCR , championship place :12th
2003 - 125cc Aprilia RS125 Team LCR , championship place : 8th
2004 - 125cc KTM 125 FPR Red Bull KTM , championship place : 5th
2005 - 250cc Aprilia RSA250 Team LCR , championship place : 2nd
2006 - MotoGP Honda RC211V Team LCR , championship place :8th
2007 - MotoGP Ducati GP7 Ducati Corse , championship place : 1st *O*
2008 - MotoGP Ducati GP8 Ducati Corse , championship place : 2nd
2009 - MotoGP Ducati GP9 Ducati Corse , championship place : 2rd*

Current teammate :
Nicky Hayden









Dit misschien iets voor de OP :?
Heb het even snel in mekaar geknutselt ;)
en effe bijgewerkt O-)
 
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RideRick

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@ MacD

even om misverstanden te voorkomen... ik heb diep respect voor Stoner en zijn rijkwaliteiten maar nog meer voor zijn kunde om de moeilijkste motor van het circuit zo te kunnen rondsturen.

En 2007 was een schitterend jaar *O*

more pics...

p.s.: Rickie denk dat Stoner Valencia ook gaat winnen :Y
 

Baasm

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De vrouwelijke hormonen gieren door m'n lijf :P

 
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