Casey Stoner: The Exceptional Aussie Champ
It is really hard to describe Casey Stoner as the 32-year-old former racer has exceptional talent to push any machine to its limit and win a race. Stoner started young, quickly moving up the order to finally reach MotoGP in 2006. He joined a satellite Honda team, where he raced the RC211V and took his first pole position in his second ever MotoGP race. His best result in 2006 was a secondplace finish in the Turkish Grand Prix. Stoner moved to another team in 2007, but came back to Honda in 2011 as a factory rider. By now Stoner had a lot of experience and a MotoGP title under his belt. He took to the new bike like fish to water, winning his second title in 2011. Stoner continued with Honda for one more year before retiring from the sport.
2011: Casey Stoner won the championship in his first attempt on a Honda RCV 2011