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Casey Stoner

Casey Stoner
NationalityAustralian
Date of birth16 October 1985 (1985-10-16) (age 24)
Place of birthSouthport, QLD (Australia)
Websitecaseystoner.com.au
MotoGP Record
Current teamDucati Marlboro Team
Bike number27
Championships1 (2007)
Race starts68
Wins27
Podium finishes33
Pole positions17
Fastest laps14
Points986
2009 championship position4th (220 pts)

Casey Stoner (born 16 October 1985) is a professional motorcycle racer. Born and raised in Southport, Queensland, Stoner raced from a young age and moved to the United Kingdom to pursue a racing career. After first competing internationally in 2002, he won the title of 2007 MotoGP World Champion when he succeeded American Nicky Hayden. He currently competes in the MotoGP class for the Ducati Marlboro Team.

In 2008, Stoner was named Young Australian of the Year as well as Nickelodeon´s Australian Kids Choice Awards.

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Career

Early years

He competed in his first race was when he was four years old, in an under-nine years old race at the Mike Hatcher's dirt racing track on the Gold Coast of Australia. Between his very first race win at the age of nine and the age of fourteen, Stoner won 41 dirt and long track titles and 70 state titles.[1]

One feat he achieved that illustrates his passion and "need" for racing was at age twelve. Over one weekend he raced in 5 different categories in all 7 rounds of each capacity. A weekend consisting of 35 different races... Not only did he compete in all these categories and different engine capacities, the young Casey Stoner went on to win 32 out of the 35 races. There were five Australian titles to be won that weekend, Stoner won all 5.

The legal age to enter into road races in Australia is 16. At the age of 14 years, Stoner and his parents agreed he was ready to move up onto road racing so they packed up and moved to England - where the legal age for road racing is 14.[1]

From 2000 to 2002, he contested the national 125cc GP championships in Britain and Spain, winning the English 125cc Aprilia Championship in 2000, before moving fulltime to the 250cc GP World Championships in 2002. His season on an Aprilia under the guidance of Lucio Cecchinello was turbulent, with no podium places from 15 race starts.

125cc

In 2003 Stoner moved to the 125cc GP category. Here, working again with Cecchinello and Aprilia, he met with considerable success, scoring his first GP race win and three second places, finishing 8th overall at the season's end.

In 2004 Stoner joined the Red Bull KTM factory team in 125cc class and continued to improve, with another race win, two second places, three thirds, and a final championship position of fifth.

250cc

In 2005 he rejoined the 250cc world championship class, racing once again for Lucio Cecchinello' team on an Aprilia. Onboard a factory Aprilia, Stoner emerged toward the season's end as a serious threat to championship leader Dani Pedrosa; a threat that only dissipated with a crash at Stoner's home Grand Prix of Phillip Island, allowing Pedrosa to establish an insurmountable points lead. Stoner went on to claim a solid second place in the overall championship standings, with an impressive five race victories for the season.

MotoGP

Stoner during the MotoGP pre-season test session at Sepang International Circuit in Malaysia in January 2007.

Stoner was in advanced negotiations with Yamaha,[2] but after they dropped them he settled on an alliance once more with team manager Lucio Cecchinello on a Honda RC211V, on a one-bike team new to the series for the 2006 Season, Team LCR. He took pole in just his second race MotoGP, but crashed several times during the season. He finished in 8th position with his best result being a 2nd place at the Turkish GP, where he was leading until overtaken on the final corner by Marco Melandri.

Stoner secured a ride with the factory Ducati team for the 2007 season,[3] joining Loris Capirossi on the new 800cc Ducati Desmosedici GP7. 6 poles and 10 race wins (including three of the first four[4]), took him to his first GP title, by a margin of 125 points (equivalent to five victories) over Dani Pedrosa, which he built during the second half of the season.[5] His worst finish was a 6th place at Motegi, which was all he needed to clinch the title that day.[6]

Stoner opened the 2008 season with a victory at Qatar, before a run of two races without a podium. He returned to the podium with a second place at Mugello, before starting a run of seven successive pole positions.[7] He turned three of them into successive victories - a lights-to-flag win at Donington[8], leading every lap at Assen six days later[9], and recovering from a huge Friday crash at Sachsenring[10] to win in the wet after Dani Pedrosa crashed[11], moving to within 20 points of the championship lead. However, successive crashes while fighting for the lead at Laguna Seca (where he remounted to finish second to Valentino Rossi),[12] Brno and Misano ensured that he could not defend the title successfully.[13][14] Stoner finished the 2008 season as runner-up to Rossi with 280 points, the highest amount of points ever gained without taking the title.[15]

Stoner's bike in Brno

Stoner remained with Ducati for the 2009 season with new team mate Nicky Hayden, with a further option for a 4th season in 2010.[16] A strong start to the season left Stoner in a three way battle with the Fiat Yamaha duo of Rossi and Jorge Lorenzo, before he was befallen by a mystery illness which caused him to feel tired long before the end of races, leaving him 16 points behind Rossi and 7 behind Lorenzo after the US Grand Prix at Laguna Seca on July 5.

Stoner was subsequently diagnosed with anemia and an inflammation of the stomach lining.[17] Stoner later disputed the diagnosis however and, after continuing to struggle with the condition, he announced on August 10 2009 that he would miss rounds 11, 12 and 13 in Brno, Indianapolis and Misano respectively in an attempt to recover from the illness[18]. Mika Kallio was chosen as Stoner's replacement for the three races.[19] Stoner returned to racing late in the 2009 season, placing second in the Portuguese Grand Prix and an emphatic first in the Australian Grand Prix, which he led throughout. At interview following the Australian Grand Prix, Stoner said that he experienced none of the premature tiredness that had dogged him earlier in the 2009 season.

At the last round of 2009 at Valencia, Stoner dominated all practise and qualifying sessions to take pole, only to crash on cold tyres on the warm-up lap and miss the race. However at the test held immediately following the Valencia round, Stoner was once again fastest while testing the new 2010 version of the Desmosedici.

Stoner has showed signs of feeling underappreciated 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[20], and unhappy at being booed at Donington in both 2007 and 2008.[21]

Suggestions that Casey's success could be traced to his Ducati were greatly subdued after World Champions Loris Capirossi, Marco Melandri and Nicky Hayden did not match Casey's success on the Ducati Desmosedici.

In August 2008 he was criticised for his team's association with tobacco company Philip Morris.[22]

Personal life

Stoner met Adriana Tuchyna from Adelaide when she approached him at Phillip Island in 2003 and asked him to sign her stomach[23]. A relationship began in 2005 when she turned 16,[24] and they were married in Adelaide on 6 January 2007.[25]

Following his experience of tiredness and sickness during 2009, Stoner was ultimately diagnosed as lactose intolerant.[26]

Career statistics

By season

SeasonClassBikeTeamRaceWinPodPoleFLapPtsPlcdWCh
2001125ccHonda RS125R20000429th-
2002250ccAprilia RS250Team LCR1500006812th-
2003125ccAprilia RS125Team LCR1414121258th-
2004125ccKTM 125 FPRRed Bull KTM1416111455th-
2005250ccAprilia RSA250Team LCR16510212542nd-
2006MotoGPHonda RC211VTeam LCR1601101198th-
2007MotoGPDucati GP7Ducati Corse181014563671st1
2008MotoGPDucati GP8Ducati Corse18611982802nd-
2009MotoGPDucati GP9Ducati Corse1348322204th-
Total1262852202015421
  • * Season in progress.

By class

ClassSeasonFirst RacesFirst PodiumFirst WinRaceWinsPodiumsPolesFLapsPtsWChmps
125 cc2001, 2003-20042001 Britain2003 Germany2003 Valencia30210232740
250 cc2002, 20052002 Japan2005 Portugal2005 Portugal31510213220
MotoGP2006-Present2006 Spain2006 Turkey2007 Qatar68203317149611
Total2001-Present1292753211815571

Races by year

(key) (Races in bold indicate pole position, races in italics indicate fastest lap)

YearClassBike123456789101112131415161718PosPts
2001125ccHondaJPNRSASPAFRAITACATNEDGBR
17
GERCZEPORVALPACAUS
12
MALBRA29th4
2002250 ccApriliaJPN
Ret
RSA
Ret
SPA
6
FRA
Ret
ITA
Inj
CAT
6
NED
8
GBR
11
GER
Ret
CZE
5
POR
Ret
BRA
6
PAC
17
MAL
11
AUS
10
VAL
13
12th68
2003125 ccApriliaJPN
Ret
RSA
10
SPA
6
FRA
4
ITA
18
CAT
Ret
NED
Ret
GBR
5
GER
2
CZE
Inj
POR
Inj
BRA
2
PAC
2
MAL
Ret
AUS
Ret
VAL
1
8th125
2004125 ccKTMRSA
3
SPA
5
FRA
8
ITA
2
CAT
4
NED
3
BRA
2
GER
Inj
GBR
Inj
CZE
Ret
POR
Ret
JPN
Ret
QAT
Ret
MAL
1
AUS
3
VAL
Ret
5th145
2005250 ccApriliaSPA
Ret
POR
1
CHN
1
FRA
4
ITA
4
CAT
2
NED
6
GBR
3
GER
7
CZE
3
JPN
3
MAL
1
QAT
1
AUS
Ret
TUR
1
VAL
3
2nd254
2006MotoGPHondaSPA
6
QAT
5
TUR
2
CHN
5
FRA
4
ITA
Ret
CAT
Ret
NED
4
GBR
4
GER
DNS
USA
Ret
CZE
6
MAL
8
AUS
6
JPN
Ret
POR
Ret
VAL
Ret
8th119
2007MotoGPDucatiQAT
1
SPA
5
TUR
1
CHN
1
FRA
3
ITA
4
CAT
1
GBR
1
NED
2
GER
5
USA
1
CZE
1
RSM
1
POR
3
JPN
6
AUS
1
MAL
1
VAL
2
1st367
2008MotoGPDucatiQAT
1
SPA
11
POR
6
CHN
3
FRA
16
ITA
2
CAT
3
GBR
1
NED
1
GER
1
USA
2
CZE
Ret
RSM
Ret
IND
4
JPN
2
AUS
1
MAL
6
VAL
1
2nd280
2009MotoGPDucatiQAT
1
JPN
4
SPA
3
FRA
5
ITA
1
CAT
3
NED
3
USA
4
GER
4
GBR
14
CZE
DNS
IND
DNS
SMR
DNS
POR
2
AUS
1
MAL
1
VAL
DNS
4th220

In 2009 Valencian Grand Prix, Stoner started on pole, however he fell from his bike on the warm-up lap and could not start the race.

References

  1. ^ a b Motorcycle-USA Staff. Casey Stoner Bio. Motorcycle-USA.com. Retrieved on 2009-06-17.
  2. ^ McKay, Peter (18 October 2005). "Road to top opening up for Stoner". The Sydney Morning Herald. http://www.smh.com.au/news/motorsport/road-to-top-opening-up-for-stoner/2005/10/17/1129401198620.html. Retrieved 2007-10-15. 
  3. ^ Grant, Robert (17 October 2006). "Stoner switches to Ducati". Herald Sun. http://www.news.com.au/heraldsun/story/0,,20593459-39478,00.html. Retrieved 2007-10-15. 
  4. ^ Valentino Rossi's hairpin bender leaves Casey Stoner clear for a third MotoGP win
  5. ^ Q & A with Casey Stoner
  6. ^ Steve Parrish on Casey Stoner
  7. ^ Motorcycling: Stoner takes fourth consecutive pole at German GP
  8. ^ Sublime Stoner beats Rossi to Donington glory
  9. ^ Casey Stoner makes case for MotoGP title
  10. ^ Sachsenring MotoGP: Casey Stoner fastest after massive crash
  11. ^ Stoner wins again at wet Sachsenring
  12. ^ Madson, Bart. MotoGP 2008 Laguna Seca Results. Motorcycle-USA.com. Retrieved on 2009-06-17.
  13. ^ Madson, Bart. MotoGP 2008 Brno Results. Motorcycle-USA.com. Retrieved on 2009-06-17.
  14. ^ Madson, Bart. MotoGP 2008 Misano Results. Motorcycle-USA.com. Retrieved on 2009-06-17.
  15. ^ Madson, Bart. MotoGP 2008 Valencia Results. Motorcycle-USA.com. Retrieved on 2009-06-17.
  16. ^ Harley, Bryan. Hayden Turns First Laps on Ducati GP09. Motorcycle-USA.com. Retrieved on 2009-06-17.
  17. ^ "Stoner mystery illness diagnosed". BBC Sport. 2009-07-15. http://news.bbc.co.uk/sport2/hi/motorsport/motorbikes/8135705.stm. Retrieved 2009-07-15. 
  18. ^ "Stoner to miss next three rounds". Insidebikes. 2009-08-10. http://www.carolenash.com/insidebikes/bike-news/stoner-to-miss-next-three-rounds.htm#more-4016. Retrieved 2009-08-10. 
  19. ^ http://moto.gpupdate.net/en/news/2009/08/10/stoner-out-for-three-races-as-kallio-steps-in/
  20. ^ Seething Casey Stoner uses his critics as fuel to kick-start title defence
  21. ^ He now has a nick-name of Casey Moaner, which is popular with many Valentino Rossi fans.Stoner slams British GP fans
  22. ^ Marlboro man Stoner under fire
  23. ^ "Boy racer who left motorcycle grand prix world in his wake". theage.com.au. 22 September 2007. http://www.theage.com.au/articles/2007/09/21/1189881778302.html. Retrieved 2009-10-15. 
  24. ^ "MotoGP kick-started". Motorcycle Riders Association. 14 October 2005. http://mraa.org.au/forum/modules/news/article.php?storyid=86. Retrieved 2007-04-16. 
  25. ^ "Casey Stoner in red for the first time". 16 January 2007. http://www.ducati.com/racing/home_news_popup_racing.jhtml;jsessionid=LVBXHBXRXFXTYCRNCB2SFEYKFUIHUIV3?newsId=32756&backNews=archive. Retrieved 2007-10-15. 
  26. ^ Title tilt ahead for Stoner after illness battle

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Preceded by
Nicky Hayden
MotoGP Motorcycle World Champion
2007
Succeeded by
Valentino Rossi


 

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