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Minichamps The Casey Stoner Collection

Headquartered in Aachen, Germany, Minichamps produces an ever expanding range of racing bikes based upon some of the most famous motorbike makers world over. Without question, these are some of the most sought after diecast replicas in existance today and are certain to appreciate over time.

This particular section showcases all of the Casey Stoner bikes, figures and accessories available from Minichamps.

#MIN122100027 - 2010 Ducati Desmosedici 16 GP10 Team Marlboro MotoGP Bike - Casey Stoner (1:12 Scale)

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2006 Casey Stoner Figure - 'Taking a Deep Turn'
2006 Casey Stoner Figurine - "Taking a Deep Turn" (1:12 Scale)
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Born on October 16th, 1985, Casey Stoner is an Australian motorcycle racer. Born and raised in Southport, Queensland, Stoner won the title of 2007 MotoGP World Champion when he succeeded American Nicky Hayden. He currently competes in the MotoGP class for the Ducati Marlboro Team.
2007 Casey Stoner Figure - World Champion on the Podium
2007 Casey Stoner Figurine - World Champion on the Podium (1:12 Scale)
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Born on October 16th, 1985, Casey Stoner is an Australian motorcycle racer. Born and raised in Southport, Queensland, Stoner won the title of 2007 MotoGP World Champion when he succeeded American Nicky Hayden. He currently competes in the MotoGP class for the Ducati Marlboro Team.
2006 Honda RC211V Team LCR Honda MotoGP Bike - Casey Stoner
2006 Honda RC211V Team LCR Honda MotoGP Bike - Casey Stoner (1:12 Scale)
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In the 2002 World Motorcycle Grand-Prix season, bikes with 2-stroke 500cc engines raced alongside bikes with 4-stroke 990cc engines. The result of this new format was as everyone expected it to be, 4-stroke engine bikes like Repsol Honda RC211V dominated.
2007 Ducati Desmosedici 16 GP7 Team Marlboro MotoGP Bike - Casey Stoner, World Champion
2007 Ducati Desmosedici 16 GP7 Team Marlboro MotoGP Bike - Casey Stoner, World Champion (1:12 Scale)
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Ducati started its 800 cc project extremely early and according to Ducati's racing chief Filippo Preziosi, by August 2006 Ducati had already built 20 800 cc engines with various specifications. In addition, the actual bike was track tested for the first time during early May of 2006.
2008 Ducati Desmosedici 16 GP8 Team Marlboro MotoGP Bike - Casey Stoner
2008 Ducati Desmosedici 16 GP8 Team Marlboro MotoGP Bike - Casey Stoner (1:12 Scale)
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Ducati started its 800 cc project extremely early and according to Ducati's racing chief Filippo Preziosi, by August 2006 Ducati had already built 20 800 cc engines with various specifications. In addition, the actual bike was track tested for the first time during early May of 2006.
2009 Ducati Desmosedici 16 GP9 Team Marlboro MotoGP Bike - Casey Stoner
2009 Ducati Desmosedici 16 GP9 Team Marlboro MotoGP Bike - Casey Stoner (1:12 Scale)
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Ducati abandoned the Grand Prix racing scene at the start of the 1970s. For many years the 500 class was essentially a class for two-stroke motorcycles, an engineering technology that was far removed from the four-stroke road-going machines sold by Ducati.
2010 Ducati Desmosedici 16 GP10 Team Marlboro MotoGP Bike - Casey Stoner
2010 Ducati Desmosedici 16 GP10 Team Marlboro MotoGP Bike - Casey Stoner (1:12 Scale)
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Ducati abandoned the Grand Prix racing scene at the start of the 1970s. For many years the 500 class was essentially a class for two-stroke motorcycles, an engineering technology that was far removed from the four-stroke road-going machines sold by Ducati.
2011 Honda RC212V Team Repsol MotoGP Bike - Casey Stoner, World Champion
2011 Honda RC212V Team Repsol MotoGP Bike - Casey Stoner, World Champion (1:12 Scale)
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The Honda RC212V is a road racing motorcycle developed to race in the 800 cc (49 cu in) MotoGP series. Officially introduced on 30 October 2006 as the RC211V replacement in the MotoGP series, it was developed by Honda Racing Corporation (HRC) throughout 2006 and began officially racing in the 2007 season.
2012 Honda RC212V Team Repsol MotoGP Bike - Casey Stoner
2012 Honda RC212V Team Repsol MotoGP Bike - Casey Stoner (1:12 Scale)
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The Honda RC212V is a road racing motorcycle developed to race in the 800 cc (49 cu in) MotoGP series. Officially introduced on 30 October 2006 as the RC211V replacement in the MotoGP series, it was developed by Honda Racing Corporation (HRC) throughout 2006 and began officially racing in the 2007 season.
2007 Ducati Desmosedici 16 GP7 Team Marlboro MotoGP Bike and Figure - Casey Stoner, Australian GP
2007 Ducati Desmosedici 16 GP7 Team Marlboro MotoGP Bike with Casey Stoner Figure - Australian GP (1:12 Scale)
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Ducati started its 800 cc project extremely early and according to Ducati's racing chief Filippo Preziosi, by August 2006 Ducati had already built 20 800 cc engines with various specifications. In addition, the actual bike was track tested for the first time during early May of 2006.
   
 
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