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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fastfisheye

April 26, 2012 8:19 AM

Reese, please read above comment by MM regarding Elias, it was well known that the problem was with the tyres and his riding style not really the machine. Elias is still one of the few riders to beat Rossi and win a race on a satellite bike, and even put a satellite Ducati on the podium. His quality as a rider is not in doubt to anyone knowledgable in this sport.

Hookem - Unregistered

April 27, 2012 9:47 PM

Silly me...I thought Bradl is riding Sic's bike with full factory support. And yeah the bean counters who run MotoGP need to do something to make it more than a factory bike, dont need Miss Cleo to predict the finishing order of most of the races. Too many times it is as they qualify or darn close to it.

Gotta love Stephan Bradl kid. I for one hope he has a great year and gets up on the sharpe end to fight with the guys up front. He is smooth, looks very incontrol and with his "satellite" Honda and CRT like support from Honda is doing really good.

That being said go BRadl !!!!

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