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Stoner: 'Difficult' to call 2020 a 'world championship'

While the 2020 MotoGP season has been 'fantastic' to date, Casey Stoner feels that calling it a world championship is 'difficult'. Check out the Crash MotoGP YouTube channel - CLICK HERE Speaking to the Australian Grand Prix Corporation's In the Fast Lane podcast, the former Ducati and Honda title winner explained that the narrow selection of nine (instead of 20) circuits, all in Europe, and five tracks hosting back-to-back rounds is the potentially a 'big benefit' for some. "I think it's fantastic that the racing is up and going again and keeping the whole thing rolling as good as we can imagine right now," Stoner said. “Unfortunately, I am going to be a little opinionated...
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