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I love the RAIN not

June 16, 2009 11:57 AM
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It was not the best weekend for Bradley but it was a mature ride considering the problems he had but it could have been a lot worse if Simon didn't mess up cos he would have been 13.5 points of Simon if he had won. Also Simon is going to want to put a show on come Assen and he is only going to go faster now LOL even when he don't see a black and white flag waving. I would not be surprised if Simon win in Assen by a clear distance but as Bradley says this is 125 and it like camacarzie out there so who knows.

VRob - Unregistered

June 16, 2009 12:32 PM

Another mature and considered effort - no overriding and making mistakes through trying to compensate for bike problems. This is what's needed for a solid championship effort -- consistency and intelligent riding. Simon is fast but he's prone to mistakes too. Hope the sun shines on Bradley in Assen!

Chris NYC - Unregistered

June 16, 2009 2:28 PM

Bradley's looking big on the 125 i hope he changes to 250 for next year. I think he's making major breakthroughs this year. Wins races, always good pace, stable.

-2Pac-

June 16, 2009 2:31 PM

Nice one Bradley... keep up the good work. Another mature performance... like the old saying goes "to finish first, first you must finish". Keep accumulating the points even on bad weekends like this one and you wont be too far away come the end of the season.

I share your sentiments on Rossi too, love him or hate him he'll be missed.

Ariadna Buenafé

June 16, 2009 2:57 PM

Well done Bradley..

It hasn't been the best weekend but despite of it, you've scored more points which is good for the championship.

With your results in these 6 races, you've shown that you've matured, always scoring points...

So, keep on your good job and good luck in Assen!
:)


Mr. Hyde - Unregistered

June 16, 2009 3:23 PM

Hang in there Bradley, a mature ride and more useful points. Best of luck in Assen ! Beware of praising Rossi too much the anti Rossi brigade will be on ya. All the best 38

Richard Mushet

June 16, 2009 3:54 PM

The more I hear and see of Bradley, the more respect I have for him. He was brilliant at the Think! tent at Donington BSB, even better riding with Milky Quayle touring him round the Mountain cricuit and his column is always a joy to read.

Mature ride during a tough weekend, not risking gaining a couple of points more or binning it trying to get them. Double that with Simon's ****-up and Gadea taking a few points more off him at the flag and this could be one of those races that decides the championship.

Fingers crossed that the tropical climate follows the paddock to Assen.

Ronald Revsak

June 16, 2009 7:57 PM


Well done Bradders, consistancy leads to world championships... Just ask Hayden.

I also like the very professional approach to Simon's misfortune. On the outside, 'oh I'm really gutted for him.' While falling around laughing & pointing on the inside!! :) HAHAHA He thought it was the last lap!!! :) HAHAHA he thought he'd got 3rd!!! :) HAHAHA I'm so gutted that I'm only a point and a half behind him after a really bad weekend!! :) :) :) HAHAHA

Bring the 2009 championship home for us Mr Smith. Got everything crossed for ya.

Bigwl3 - Unregistered

June 16, 2009 10:38 PM

Congrats Bradley on having such a great season so far! You definitely have what it takes to win the title. I am also convinced that we will be seeing you in MotoGP in the near future after watching the video on Motogp.com about the top ten youngest pole men and seeing the guys that were in that category I strongly believe that guys like you and Marc Marquez will be amongst the greats. Good luck at Assen!

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