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Marlboro Ducati's Casey Stoner reckons he has done so many laps around the Sepang MotoGP circuit the place has become boring because the riders go to the Malaysian circuit so often.

The Aussie former champion, who won last time out at Phillip Island, added that racing at the track can be fun and that he suffered no physical effects from riding in his home country.

“In the past I used to like racing in the heat but last year in Malaysia I was racing with a wrist injury and I’ve had the physical problems everybody knows about so I suppose it’s a combination of factors that I have suffered with in recent hot races," said Stoner.


"But at Phillip Island things went so well from a physical point of view that I feel reasonably confident. It will definitely be a tough race as being fast and consistent in those conditions is always difficult regardless.

It is not easy to find the perfect set-up here but that’s always been the case and with every day that passes I feel stronger and more confident that I can be competitive in both of the two races that remain.

"The track has become a little… boring for me I suppose you could say – just because we have done so many laps here in testing – but the races are usually fun and I like the place. It has a kind of holiday feel to it and it puts you in a good mood.”

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