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Gaz - Unregistered

October 04, 2011 4:40 PM

Well Bradley, if you are going to be inspired by someone, you cant do much better than Ayrton. Great to see that he has touched another pesons soul with his passion and determination.

All the best Brad.

MM - Unregistered

October 04, 2011 6:36 PM

Good luck for Phillip Island. Hopefully the testing restrictions next year will even things out a bit by preventing teams such as Marquez's Repsol/Suter gaining so much advantage by being able to test a lot more than others. Having a full day of testing to try out new parts is an enormous benefit compared with having to try them out during the limited time available during free practice while searching for race and qualifying set ups.

ironhorse - Unregistered

October 04, 2011 10:33 PM

well done bradders , beind dissapointed with 7th place tells me you have all the passion and belief required . its admirable ,your level of dedication and proffessionalism this year and you continue to suprise everybody that underestimates you . believe in yourself brad, because you have it in you to be the best ...

SteveNG - Unregistered

October 04, 2011 10:50 PM

Definitely the best British rider I've seen in a while and came across as confident and mature in his commentating cameo.

Look forward to seeing him down under.

No hope - Unregistered

October 05, 2011 2:21 AM

This really makes me angry seeing this guy have a MOTO GP seat for 2013.. Does not deserve it in the least and will be just another rider circulating mid pack or most likely at the back.

We want real talent not gifted seats in MOTO GP.

GoTheGingerNinja - Unregistered

October 05, 2011 9:10 AM

No Hope... Tech 3 want Brad in their MotoGP team. For a MotoGP team to offer you a ride you need talent.
Let's hope Brad isn't too inspired by Senna or else he'll be running his competitors off track when he can't beat them. Senna, Prost, Suzuka. Senna displays the kind of "sportsmanship" reserved only for Premier League football players.

peter - Unregistered

October 05, 2011 11:53 AM

Senna was a very bad sportsman - started the prima dona rot in F1 and if raced in this era he would spend more time banned than racing. He was lucky to survive as long as he did his blatant disregard for other drivers.

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