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Pol Espargaro's current superior form to his fellow KTM MotoGP riders is reminiscent of Ducati's Casey Stoner era, according to Espargaro's works teammate Johann Zarco.
MotoGP champion Marc Marquez says he would prefer Honda to keep its current test rider Stefan Bradl rather than pursue Casey Stoner following the Aussie's exit from Ducati.
Jorge Lorenzo will leave Ducati this year with his tenure at the Italian manufacturer marked by acrimony, echoing Casey Stoner's exit in 2010. Here's why Ducati needs to alter its approach to get the best from its stars.
Two-time MotoGP champion Casey Stoner says he is unlikely to continue in his current test role with Ducati because the manufacturer doesn't use his feedback.
Three-time MotoGP champion Jorge Lorenzo is a less "instinctive" rider than Casey Stoner, according to his Ducati crew chief Cristian Gabarrini.
Casey Stoner believes he would have been able to beat Marc Marquez in a straight fight, had he not chosen to retire from MotoGP before the Spaniard made his debut.
One of MotoGP's most respected engineers, Ramon Forcada, tells Motorsport.com about his brief time working with Casey Stoner 11 years ago - and calls the Australian the most talented rider he's worked with.
Two-time MotoGP champion Casey Stoner will join Ducati for part of its upcoming private test programme.
Will Davison will have two-time MotoGP champion Casey Stoner’s physiotherapist on-hand for the remainder of the Phillip Island Supercars weekend, as he manages a fracture in his back sustained last time out in Tasmania.
Casey Stoner will take part in the opening day of the official MotoGP pre-season test at Sepang, Ducati has confirmed to Motorsport.com.
Jorge Lorenzo believes the responsibility to convince Casey Stoner to increase his involvement with the Ducati MotoGP team lies with the Italian marque.
Jorge Lorenzo has admitted he is interested in Casey Stoner's help next season, having worked alongside the Australian during his maiden Ducati MotoGP outing last week at Valencia.