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Paul Whittaker

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Diagnosis of Casey Stoner's mystery illness
« Reply #1 on: 30 Sep 2009, 08:20 PM »
It’s been a pretty big seven days in the world of MotoGP, where we’ve finally received a diagnosis for Casey Stoner’s frustrating mystery illness, and also had Sete Gibernau’s team pull the pin mid-season.

Stoner's mystery illness has been diagnosed after three frustrating races
Starting with the good news for Australian Stoner this week, American doctors have found the culprit for his recent run of races spoiled by illness and weakness, but the bad news is that he’s not expected back to full fitness for a few more weeks and we have the German GP at the Sachsenring on Sunday.

Stoner has been diagnosed with mild anaemia and a slight gastritis, but he says that his biggest problem is his rib injury that was suffered in qualifying at the U.S. GP at Laguna Seca.

Hopefully he will be right for Philip Island in October, cause I will be there..... ;D


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