MotoGP: Casey Stoner wants to help young talents, but he lives too far – MotoGP


Casey Stoner’s passage in the Ducati booth at the last two Grands Prix of the season had an impact on already MotoGP winners Jack Miller and Pecco Bagnaia. The advice of the double world champion, and the last title with a Desmosedici in 2007, was appreciated, to the point of being called a coach role for the year. The Australian apparently has a vocation for the position, but he actually comes from Australia, a distant country from which one has to detach if one wants to work outside the borders. And even more so in a period of health crisis. A situation that has always been heartbreaking for Casey Stoner.

Casey Stoner don’t hide it, the role of mentor to a young pilot would suit him well, but here it is: he is Australian. And the continental drift will never be fast enough to bring this country closer to Europe…” This is something I would like to do since the end of my career. but it’s not that simple », points out stoner which raises the big problem: ” i have my family in australia. When I travel, I have to leave her alone for a long time “.

Casey Stoner: “I know what it takes to be fast and why certain things happen

An unmanageable situation since the same stoner does not want to attend just a few races. When he embarks on the mentor’s mission, he wants to get it right. ” As much as I’d like to, I wouldn’t half do it. When I do it, I want to do it right to help someone “, To explain stoner. ” I have had many discussions about this with my wife and others. i would love to do it. I think I can contribute a lot because I have a unique vision “.

I know what it takes to be fast and why certain things happen “Said the two-time MotoGP World Champion.” It would have saved me a lot of time later if someone had helped me », points out stoner ending on Motorsport total: “ I would have loved to, but it’s hard “.

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