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May 08, 2013 9:44 AM

Bradley performance is as would be expected from a rookie. What it does show is just what an incredible talent Marc is and what a force he will be. He's learned to use the bike already and now he can only go faster.

Hemmy - Unregistered

May 08, 2013 9:59 AM

Bradley is doing a good job and progressing each and every race.

That's all what is expected of a rookie and the people who matter realise this.

Lets rewind 2 years ago and we saw similar commetns being made about Cal, and look what he's doing now.

Cal has proven the doubters wrong and im confident that Bradley with follow a similar path.

The people who post garbage are the people who don't understand racing and the sport. Its as simple as that.


May 08, 2013 10:35 AM

Always makes me laugh that the haters are first onto any Bradley article..The saddest thing is that you obsess about him and he does not even know who you are!!??! ah the irony. I still reckon they are sad Spies fans still bitter and twisted that the real deal crashed and burned so spectacular that he now does have a record..The most unsuccessful factory rider ever in GP and even beat JT to worse Yam rider now...Even his articles get no comments now!! Ha Ha! I bet the one where he divorces his mum and sues her will though!!


May 08, 2013 11:02 AM

Alot of people are coming to BS's defence. I am all for having a good Brit in motogp such as Crutchlow but Smith is so far out of his depth. All i can say is would BS perform like Marquez if he was his teammate at repsol honda? I very much doubt it.


May 08, 2013 11:07 AM

I'm all for the learning process however...... Bradders is never going to win a race in moto gp or even get a podium. he only ever got 3 podiums in moto2 and that was in 2011.
All the haters out there have a right to hate. There are other young riders out there that are much more deserving of this ride than he is, its just that Bradders has money behind him to be able to pay for his ride in moto gp. If for some reason beyond me Bradders gets a podium in motogp i will eat my words and post a photo of myself on his blog wearing a Bradders t shirt. But lets not kid ourselves guys that will never happen.

scartledge - Unregistered

May 08, 2013 11:42 AM

Errr Darkwaknight... your statement kind of becomes void with that pathetic little Spies rant you just made. Let's see if Brad can get close to Spies' first season results...

I like Smith, and I hope that he keeps improving.

rod99 - Unregistered

May 08, 2013 12:16 PM
Last Edited 326 days ago

MOTO GP is the Pinnacle of the sport, it's not a place to learn.

What ever route you come through you must have shone and achieved, or be some exceptional freaktype talent worthy of a top ride as a rookie, ala MM who has achieved aswell. BS hasn't done any of these things.

If because of the financial crisis we are going to allow riders to learn while being there, then do it on a CRT bike not one that a capable rider could get results on.

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