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aeolus

September 06, 2011 1:30 PM

How about a blog from Scott as well Crash.
The Spaniards swept the board Sunday but then they probably don't have to deal with the sour grapes that seem to be the lot of the Angelo riders.

Westminister - Unregistered

September 06, 2011 3:31 PM

He is easily a contender for the Moto2 crown next year... However, the choice to go to Motegi absolutely undercuts a brilliant revelation...

If one were in contention for the title maybe there would be a justification, though it would still be a daft choice... No one at Dorna is a radiation expert and their so called independent study only serves their corporate agenda...

Honing his skills in Moto2 is a brilliant move that will pay off dividends once he does make the jump to Moto1. Smith will be a force to recon with because of the decisions he has made. That is, if his choice to attend Motegi doesn't have a deleterious affect on his health...







Olek - Unregistered

September 06, 2011 4:50 PM

I got a chance to meet with Bradley at the pit walkabout Saturday Afternoon and we talked about this. This is not an easy decision, but it genuinely was his to make, despite what other people commenting on. This is not an easy decision, and my thoughts were that there are not amny seats so when you have a chance you take it. He seems very confident being young that he will get another shot. I hope he does. It is up to him now, but clearly he needs to improve his fitness. If he commits 100%, he can be in motogp and be a force.

Gavlor 46 - Unregistered

September 06, 2011 6:34 PM

@Olek bradleys fitness is up there with the beat in moto2 ofcourse he will have to step it up for gp class, i think its scott redding that is struggling with his fitness? a good choose to stay at this level for another season ducati may need a new rider soon lol

markie - Unregistered

September 06, 2011 7:36 PM

Bradders made the wrong decision staying in 125s last year, this time i firmly believe he has made the correct decision staying in moto2
Go and win it in 2012 Brad

Go Brad! - Unregistered

September 06, 2011 9:28 PM

Yo Brad,

Whilst you write for this site, I do hope you do not read the comments and take on board any of the *****ic opinions posted on here (including mine). We are all sad wannabe experts that sit on our computer's MotoGP games (17 times world champion me... Rossi and Stoner? Pah, I'll sheet 'em!) or otherwise have something missing in our lives.

Some of us ride bikes and some are involved in racing at a minor level, but as much as we profess our (to us) valid opinions... We are all full of ****e so don't EVER take it seriously!

Go #38, as ever, me and my family will be cheering for you in 2012!

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