Entertainment Stoner: Rossi used to be a "killer", today a top 5 result "like a win"

14:50  22 october  2020
14:50  22 october  2020 Source:   de.motorsport.com

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Casey Stoner, former World Cup rival of Valentino Rossi, missed the killer instinct to win in the "Doctor" - MotoGP without leader Marc Marquez in "Chaos"

Currently, Valentino Rossi is condemned to watch. Because he had to go into a ten-day quarantine after his positive corona test, , the Yamaha rider is absent from Aragon as in the previous week - after the three falls in the previous races, an even more painful forced break for the "Doctor".

The 41-year-old has to wait for his second podium of the season. The first was already months ago: At the Grand Prix of Andalusia, the second MotoGP race in the shortened 2020 calendar, he finished third behind his brand colleague Fabio Quartararo and team-mate Maverick Vinales.

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Since then Rossi has been able to achieve three more top 5 placements, but it was not enough for another podium or even a victory. His last major triumph dates back to the 2017 season when he won the wet race in Assen.

"Valentino Rossi was a winner, a killer for me"

Is it the younger competition or has Rossi lost his bite? In any case, his former rival Casey Stoner indicated the latter in an interview with 'Motorsport-Total.com'. "When I went up against Valentino, he was a winner for me, a killer," the Australian recalls. "He did everything he could to win races."

"But now a place in the top five or a podium place is like a win for him and that's sad for me," continues Stoner. "He's always done everything possible to win the races and today he seems to be having a problem with it."

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The doctor's decision to continue his MotoGP career is a positive thing for Stoner: "If he still enjoys the sport and maintains a certain speed, that's great." But he also admits: "It's really difficult to put yourself in someone else's mind."

Stoner sees MotoGP in "chaos" without Marc Marquez

Stoner himself ended his career in the premier class after the 2012 season - at the age of 27 and with two world championship titles under his belt. The Australian last rode a MotoGP bike in 2018 when he was a test rider at Ducati.

There was no more direct duel between him and Marc Marquez, who was promoted to MotoGP in 2013. Looking at the current season, in which there are still four drivers within 15 points of the top of the championship table, Stoner sees Marquez 'illness-related absence as the reason for the "chaos".

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"At the moment I don't think anyone can beat Marc. I've been saying for a long time that the only person who who can beat Marquez is Marc himself, "says Stoner. "Unfortunately, he was injured in the first race this year. Since then, the championship has been in chaos without their leader."

"Incredibly bad": No driver is consistent enough.

He thinks: "The points that the leader has are incredibly bad." Suzuki driver Joan Mir, who took the top spot in the World Championship for the first time in Aragon, has 121 points after ten races (a maximum of 250 would have been possible), Fabio Quartararo on 115.

The Petronas Yamaha driver had led the overall table for a long time, too Andrea Dovizioso (Ducati) was now ahead. He is currently fourth behind Maverick Vinales (Yamaha). "The points are so few because none of the drivers on the grid showed consistency, so it is really chaotic without Marc," says Stoner.

"It will be interesting to see if everything normalizes a bit when he returns." However, that won't happen before the European Grand Prix in Valencia in early November. Because also in Aragon 2 Marc Marquez will be missing.

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