Casey Stoner (Repsol Honda RC212V MotoGP) says: “We got an ok start and I should have been a little more aggressive in the first corner. As I entered turn two Dani [Pedrosa]hit the breaks quite hard and I just had nothing, my brakes weren’t warmed up yet and I had trouble stopping, I was lucky to get through the first lap.“The race was tough, conditions were very hot and the track surface a little more slippery than practice and qualifying which made things difficult to know how much to push. At one point I closed the front and dropped the bike on my knee, I was pretty much down but managed to pick it back up and not lose too much confidence. From there we started to make our way past Dani, put in a few good lap times and pull an advantage.“Under challenging track conditions everything has worked really well this weekend, the crew did a fantastic job and gave me a great bike so a huge thanks to them all!”These were Stoner’s thoughts following Indy MotoGP Sunday, the Australian taking his seventh win of the season. Joining Stoner on the Red Bull Indy GP podium were his teammate Dani Pedrosa and Yamaha Factory Racing’s Ben Spies.Attached above is some wallpaper highlighting Casey Stoner’s performance at Indy MotoGP.Right click Motorcycle wallpaper to download or click motorcycle thumbnail to view.