In the last hours the terrible news was known that Casey stoner, two-time World Champion of MotoGP, is fighting a terrible disease that has been bad for some years. The Australian retired in 2012 from the official competition, although he continued his adventures in motorcycling as a test driver for the teams Sling Y Ducati.
Casey Stoner confirmed that he suffers from Chronic Fatigue Syndrome. In addition, the Australian assured that the first symptoms appeared in 2018, while testing the Ducati team motorcycles. Stoner gave tremendous details of the struggle he is carrying out, even saying that he did not want to get out of bed, “not even to go to the sofa.”
The former Australian pilot commented that the symptoms cannot be detected with the naked eye, although he assured that they are very annoying. ‘People can’t see it, it’s not a physical item that someone can see, so they don’t really take it seriously. They just know you’re a little tired, ”Stoner said this week.
“There’s no cure”
On the other hand, Stoner gave details of the treatment, although he was upset that there were not enough resources for the investigation of the Syndrome. “There is currently no cure for it, we don’t have enough information on things that can help. I think if we had more specialists and more knowledge about it to see the doctors, then maybe we would get a little help or understanding from people, “he said.
Casey Stoner was a MotoGP champion twice. The first of them in his second season in the top flight in 2007, with the Ducati Corse team. On that occasion he snatched the title from Dani Pedrosa already Valentino rossi. His second crown was with Repsol Honda, in 2011, to Jorge Lorenzo, who was already in Yamaha.