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Sweeble

May 03, 2012 12:19 PM

Thanks for that Bradley, informative and entertaining as usual. Though I would be interested in your perspective on how the bike has changed since last season, 10th place just isn't where a rider of your calibre ought to be!

Kickstand

May 03, 2012 4:32 PM
Last Edited 905 days ago

Bradley seems to be a pretty decent kid with his head screwed on the right way. Hopefully it wont be long before results start coming for him.

The situation with race marshals at Jerez however is beyond a joke now. Can only hope that the tracks operators will realise how bad these fools are making them look and rectify the problem, as FIM is too feckless to do anything about it

Grandissimus - Unregistered

May 03, 2012 5:02 PM

Bradley is a nice enough lad and a great team representative. But he is simply not at the level that would indicate to me that he is ready to move beyond Moto2 and into the MotoGP snake pit. Contractually it is a done deal, but he must be asking himself how much heat he is going to get if he doesn't produce results immediately? He is being set up for failure, and he will have guys lining up with a lamp-cord to wrap round his neck at his first miscue in MotoGP. Too bad, but that's the reality of it.

Mm - Unregistered

May 03, 2012 6:10 PM

Bradley is on a Tech 3 chassis, not a Kalex, FTR, Suter like most rivals, that is the bit that needs fixing.

Poncharal knows his stuff, unlike the detractors.

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