MotoGP » 125: Two in a row for Espargaro

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perenialnovice - Unregistered

May 23, 2010 11:13 AM

Watching Pol in practice, it was obvious there was only one position he was headed for. And no one else on the track existed, hence why he was carving others up quite badly. Only racers out there will know that mind set.

I choked! - Unregistered

May 23, 2010 4:59 PM

"Bradley fluffs it again"

That's not fair, Bradley snatched a fighting fifth on the last lap when he had been lying in errrrr,...........third nearly all race.

OH wait, hang on......................

Nick Hodgins

May 23, 2010 7:31 PM

i can see the headlines already: "RIDER OVERTAKEN ON LAST LAP!!!" how shocking! surely this prooves that Brad doesn't know his **** from his elbow when it comes to riding bikes, i mean you don't see the likes of Nico Terol making a mistake on the last lap ang losing the race (obviously he let espargaro win the last two races)
seriously, give it a rest, Brad rode bloody well on a bike that still looks slow compared to everyone elses, he's a more aggressive rider now than he's ever been, yet all he ever gets on here is a complete slating, it's f***ing pathetic

steve poulter

May 23, 2010 8:31 PM

In total agreement with nick hodgins comment, plus bradley lost all friday set up time it's obvious all the smith hitters out there don't have a cats ass idea about riding a bike at race speeds bet they would struggle to ride a lap at speed without putting it in the kitty litter.....Pussys

Anyway well done Mr Smith enjoyed watching you in the group mixing it in there for the brits !

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