Casey Stoner is a MotoGP Legend and two-time MotoGP World Champion (2007 and 2011). He boasts 45 victories, 17 second-position finishes and 89 podium finishes. Casey was named Young Australian of the Year in 2008 and was appointed a member of the Order of Australia for his service to motorcycle racing in 2013.
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Wins: Casey debuted in the MotoGP in 2006 at 26 years of age, taking pole position in his second race in Qatar and coming in as runner-up in the GP in Turkey. He finished eighth overall in his rookie season. He joined the Factory Ducati Marlboro Team in 2007 and won the first race of the year on a new bike. After a dominant season, Casey secured his first MotoGP World Championship.
In 2011, Casey joined the Repsol Honda Team and won three out of the first five rounds of the season. His victory in the Australian MotoGP was his fifth in succession, dating back to 2007. He also won the MotoGP World Championship, making him the only rider to win the title twice in his first year on a new bike.
Recognition: On his retirement, Casey was named a Moto GP legend and added to a list of greats that included countrymen Mick Doohan and Wayne Gardner. The owners of the Phillip Island circuit have named turn three after Casey and created a bronze bust in his honour.