MotoGP » Bradl 'ready' but expects tougher challenge

'The race will be harder, physically speaking, as there are no long straights and fewer relax points... but I feel ready' - Stefan Bradl

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Biteme - Unregistered

April 25, 2012 6:39 PM
Last Edited 1386 days ago

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Ohh so now its Bradl who going to get the factory seat. A week or two ago you said it would be Dovi or Cal. Who is next for Bens seat.

Danimal - Unregistered

April 25, 2012 6:43 PM

He'll be at least seven seconds in fron of the Ducs and CRT. Bet he's glad he made the jump now, next year ain't gonna be nothing but empty Ducati seats looking for the next set of careers to ruin. unless Honda and Yamaha offer more bikes but that does not look like it will happen. Bautista's Honda is going to be Rossi's next season at Gresini anyway.


April 25, 2012 7:18 PM

Really like this kid,lots of confidence and very smooth riding style, reminds me of Jlo..he will no doubt find his way onto a Factory ride if one becomes available..Come Back Suzuki and Kawi there are so many young riders in the pipeline and CRT's are a waste of talent,

MM - Unregistered

April 25, 2012 9:49 PM

Bradl's performance should silence those who said that Moto2 is useless as a preparation for the premier class just because the first Moto2 champion struggled, ignoring the fact that Elias's problems were down to the spec Bridgestones not suiting his unusual style and conveniently forgetting his very respectable earlier performances in MotoGP when he could choose a front tyre which did suit his riding style.


April 26, 2012 5:37 AM

Wow, Bradl represented in Qatar. Hope he continues in the top 10.....kinda makes ya wonder about Elias on the same bike. Bradl seems to have tamed it, but as they say, its early days!! Good luck to Stefan!

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