MotoGP » Barbera plays it safe for personal best


Hector Barbera takes a cautious approach as he claims a sixth place finish in his home Spanish Grand Prix at Jerez.

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RawDawg

April 05, 2011 12:14 PM

God job Hector.

He's not the most popular rider in the paddock and he's been accused of rash behavior and trying pull off foolish moves in the past, but he used his head this weekend.

Ozwald75 - Unregistered

April 05, 2011 9:37 PM

I like Barbera, He keeps himself to himself and never bitches about other riders causing trouble. I also don't think that cruising round waiting for a tow isn't being a bad rider or reason to have a go at him, in fact all it shows is that he's using his noggin' in finding someone quicker to jump a couple of places on the grid, after all on sunday it's every man for themselves. Keep up the good work mr. Barbera!!!

GuerrillaRed

April 06, 2011 4:16 AM

Why are there so many disagrees to RawDawgs simple almost factual comment!! Face it, Hextor is allllmost innocent free since he stepped up, let him start fresh. I think he made a few qualifying/blocking incidents but he's just not the 'monster' I expected comming from 250. Well done in this race too, unarguable.

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