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Stoner: I learnt the most from Dani Pedrosa, his speed would blow your mind

After returning to the MotoGP paddock for the first time in over three years at last month’s penultimate round in Portimao, Casey Stoner shed light on which rider he learnt the most from, along with his fondest racing memory. The two-time world MotoGP champion - once each with Ducati and Repsol Honda - spent some of his time assisting his former Ducati team and its riders Francesco Bagnaia and Jack Miller.  Ducati are yet to win a riders’ title since Stoner did so in 2007, but with Bagnaia winning four of the last six races in 2021, it’s a possibility that could very much become a reality in 2022. For Stoner, his first MotoGP title came with the Italian manufacturer, however, the...
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