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Richard Mushet

November 10, 2009 4:30 PM

Six podiums on the bounce to finish off the season - first Brit to do that since 1972 by my searching on Wikipedia. Bradley will be World Champ next season and the only person who can properly challenge him is Espargaro I reckon. Iannone's too tempramental and Terol and Corsi can't seem to string the results together. Would be nice to see Webb fighting for podiums too on the Jack and Jones bike after some torrid luck on that DeGraaf ride.

There's no shame losing to Simon. Anyone who can back a 125 in like he can obviously has something pretty special. Just like that start and first few laps to break the rest of the field in Sunday's race.

Best get to the bookies and put some cash on Brad!

Doughnuts Anyone

November 10, 2009 5:00 PM

Now that Bradley staying in 125cc one more season I think it's a smart thing but it got to be his last wot ever happens.

People will say that he should/will be favorite to become the 2010 World Champion and I can see why people would say that.

I for one will be rooting for Bradley next year and I know this is a little hash but I don't know if it just me but I can not see him becoming World Champion.

I think he will be up there but I think that Espargaro or Terol will be the 2010 World Champion and Marquez will push them all but just fade off at the end coz the other 3 have more experience just like this year with Simon.

Bradfan - Unregistered

November 10, 2009 7:52 PM

Well done Brad, a great effort during the year and you just got better with each race. Good decision staying with Aspar, Moto2 will be a lottery next year. It will be just as tough next year, with Tirol, Espargaro, and Marquez as main rivals, but I am sure you can take the title next year.
Nice to see you got your dig at the BBC for not showing enough interest in the 125cc races.The bikes may be small but boy is there some good RACING !!hopefully the Beeb will sort that out.
Well done and good luck.

proliteguy

November 12, 2009 8:46 AM

As a very proud sponsor of Bradley I have to say well done and will try to catch up with you at xmas when I come to UK. Can we try and get an official Bradley support team together at each race, there must be enough of you on here to set something up. I have just written to the BBC voicing my views on the awful coverage they give and what a waste of money their effort is, but we all know it was simply to drive another nail in Europsorts coffin

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