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Casey Stoner talks about Ducati and criticizes a certain philosophy of thought: On Phillip Island he will adopt Pecco Bagnaia again.

Casey Stoner – Motori.News

Ducati is the MotoGP team of the moment (and not just…see WorldSBK) and arrives at Motegi and winds in his sails. Five straight victories, four from Pecco Bagnaia and one from Enea Bastianini, the World Builders Championship already arithmetically collected in Aragon and now the riders’ title lost in 2007, since 2007, is in the crossfire. Casey Stoner.

The Australian champion will be honored in mid-October at the World Championships MotoGP He will be arriving on Phillip Island after an absence in the Covid 2020-2021 biennium. Stoner visited the Speedway at the end of last season, when he spent time in a Ducati garage as a track engineer, gathering data and providing trail advice to Jack Miller and Pico Bagnaia. Since then, a strong feeling has developed between the “MotoGP Legend” and the Piedmontese rider, knit together by a dense series of phone messages on the eve of the Grand Prix.

Stoner and Banaya … meet on Phillip Island

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Casey Stoner recently hit the asphalt of Phillip Island for a riding promotional event victoryHowever, photography with times is decidedly more comfortable. He spoke on the podcast “In The Fast Lane” where he talked about Ducati and Marc Marquez. Plus pointing fingers for the umpteenth time on the electronics at MotoGP. “When I was a rider, I always fought with our engineers to get rid of as much electronics as possible in free practice, to try and understand the bike better.“.

Ducati certainly created a winning prototype, but the attack on the riders’ title failed for a while. “Ducati have failed over the years and why haven’t they won… regardless of whether or not they have won this year. this is (is happening) Because they keep adding more electronic componentsIn the final of this season, we will also have to deal with another rising contender, Marc Marquezimmediately came back strong to Aragon, even though his race ended on the first lap.

According to Casey Stoner, the eight-time world champion will have to make some changes to his driving style to get back to certain levels. Both to adapt to the new Honda Both of them condition the right humerus that it will never go back to what it was before. “He’ll have to reinvent himself and change his way of driving…putting his body in a different position when entering a corner, maybe braking a little earlier, applying less pressure when braking…many things. You must adapt to the current situation“.