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lawrencenunn - Unregistered

June 04, 2013 12:02 PM

Good work Bradders, you're getting there.

You definitely seem to be getting closer to the other factory guys in the races.

Agree with the guy above, there's a lot of trolls on this site, most of whom seem to wear yellow. Just ignore them.

50thR1 - Unregistered

June 04, 2013 1:28 PM

The performance of Smith yesterday, was where he is expected to be. With or without a finger injury. Thats the best he ever will do in MotoGP. Considering riding a prototype. On a CRT he will be getting 16-19th positions. I am absolutely NOT a Smith hater. I do not even know him, so why should I hate him?. Thing is, I am looking at it objectively. As a big YAMAHA fan. And then I wonder. It seems that the contract between Tech3 and Yamaha expires at the end of this year. Smith has a contract with Poncheral (Tech3) and not with Yamaha. I assume that whenever Poncheral wants to secure another 2 yearsback up from Yamaha, Yamaha can force him to take another pilot as Smith. That is what most probably will happen. Maybe a mistral frame with a M1 engine for Smith next year?

shaken - Unregistered

June 04, 2013 2:06 PM

I dont think they should be allowed to race with those kind of injuries and "riding with one hand". They should have a reserve rider/driver as they do in Formula One Grand Prix. That much said best wishes to Bradley.

CRT - Unregistered

June 04, 2013 3:47 PM

Regardless of your opinion of Smith, the kid is taking the time to give readers an insight of the Moto GP circus. Your constant bashing of him could make other riders not do this.

Instead of bashing the kid you should be thankful he takes the time to do this.

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