MotoGP » Moto2: Bradl fights back in Misano practice


Stefan Bradl fastest during Friday practice (2) for the San Marino Morto2 Grand Prix.

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ZeR0 Kun

September 02, 2011 5:05 PM

it seems like this track suits Kalex and FTR better than Moriwaki and/or Suter.

more than a year ago, most deride this class as nothing more than a "CBR600 Cup". yet as thing stands now, even chassis can make a difference.

John - Unregistered

September 02, 2011 5:41 PM

No suprise to see bradley down in 14th. Mr inconsistent.


Bradl can push as hard as he likes but the momentum is all with marquez. Reckon MM will take the title

Screechin' Weasel - Unregistered

September 02, 2011 7:56 PM

Yeah, Bradl should just give up. Like Terol gave up last week with an insurgent Johann Zarco cutting Terol's early lead in the points down to 14.

Sure, MM has been dominant in the latter part of the season, but Bradl is a top-flight racer. He can double down and take back this "momentum" of which you speak. Ain't over yet.

MrQwerty

September 02, 2011 9:38 PM

One crash and it's all change. And that crash is more likely to be Marquez than Bradl as he is pushing harder to close the gap. Bradl has matured so much this year and it's hard to imagine him cracking under pressure. We know he'll take every chance he gets and it's up to Marquez to match that. So far Marquez has done a great job closing him down, but my gut feeling is Bradl makes him pay for early season inconsistency.

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