Former 1993 MotoGP World Champion, Kevin Schwantz, estimates, Repsol Honda Team rider Casey Stoner will exceed the achievements of Australian racing legend Mick Doohan, in MotoGP. Stoner who is also came from Australia has won 28 series, including the last one in the Laguna Seca circuit.
"With the support and performance available today, Stoner will surpass the achievement of Doohan who has won 54 MotoGP series," said Schwantz, in Texas.
Doohan dominated MotoGP in the period 1994-1998. Doohan's career ended when he suffered an injury to the free practice at the Jerez circuit, in 1999.
"In the early year championship, Doohan mention, Stoner is very dominant and powerful. Stoner still young and can surpass Doohan's achievement if he remains consistent. The worst thing for Stoner is his health, Doohan added that Stoner is going to be another Australian rider who beat his record," said Schwantz.
Schwantz praised Stoner's achievement. Schwantz won his first MotoGP series in 1988 at the age of 24 years. The 25-year-old Stoner, but have won 28 series.