Sunday, 9 June 2013


World MotoGP Champion Casey Stoner gets a gong in the Queen's Birthday honours list. Congratualations Casey.

Photo courtesy Australian Motorcycle News.

Casey  is a  clean-living  family  man. He  is  a  sportsman  who left
motorcycle  racing  at  the  top  of  his   game.  He has been a great
ambassador  for  Australia  and  is  an excellent role model for young

Membership in The  Order  of  Australia is awarded for service in a particular
locality or field of activity or to a particular group. 

Casey's   award   is   well-deserved   and   excellent  publicity  for
motorcycling.  Good  PR  can  save  lives  on  our roads and result in
positive decisions by authorities.

Write to your local paper and/or your favourite bike mag to congratulate
Casey Stoner on his career racing and his AM.

The Order of Australia is our national honours system. It's not British.
Australians nominate Australians and a committee of Australians considers
each nomination and decides on the awards. It is very rare that a non-Australian
gets an Order of Australia award.

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right to ride.

Damien Codognotto OAM
Independent Riders' Group

Well Done Damien.

Casey certainly has encouraged many riders World Wide
Promoting the sport in a great way!

I met Casey in 2004 he was promoting Safe Riding at Cowes on Phillip Island prior to the Moto-GP

Well Done Casey Stoner :-)

Dale Robert Maggs
Mob 0432 776 458
Independent Riders Group

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