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In his latest column for Crash.net, Bradley Smith looks ahead to the fifth round of the 2010 125cc World Championship - his home round at Silverstone, the British Grand Prix

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I am not having a pop at the lad but I just cannot see or belive Bradley Smith ever winning at his home GP. I for one have not got my hopes up I see him in the gravel more than the win or podium but best of luck anyway for Sunday but my number 1 rider Nico Terol will be on the podium thants fine by me and then on to Assen Nico favourite track great.

Donnington - Unregistered

June 15, 2010 4:57 PM

Ignore the fishing comments from the poster above - Grow up mate.


Anyways, GO BRADDERS!! Me and the lads will be cheering you on come Sunday, can't wait! Best of British luck.




NCR - Unregistered

June 16, 2010 12:59 AM

Best of luck to Bradley for this weekend, (and the rest of the season). I just hope the bike has the speed necessary to stay with the rest so that he doesn't have to over-ride it in the corners. His lap times at Mugello show that he definitely is in with a chance of winning if the bike doesn't let him down. He really deserves more support from UK race fans for flying the flag in GPs and thereby helping to promote the sport in what is a very motorcycle unfriendly country. Why so few comments on an English speaking UK based site? The BBC will reduce its coverage at the flimsiest excuse, so while my love of the sport has nothing to do with nationality, all UK bike fans should be glad that Smith is out there and doing well.

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