MotoGP » Constant changes for Stefan Bradl at Aragon


“We have changed suspensions, swing-arm, front fork and other things” – Stefan Bradl.

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Nick636

June 07, 2012 7:20 AM

For a young rider, with a big chance on a bike that didn't look convincing last year, You have GOT to love this guy's work ethic.

How many youngsters have that "Give me a fast bike and I'll do what I can attitude"... Yet Bradl is the first to admit the only person to be accountable for his riding is him. So best he get on with it...

Nice, definitely a future front runner.

Bradenws

June 07, 2012 8:13 AM

I really don't have much of an opinion of Bradl either way at this point, but he seems to be living up to expectations so far, and appears to have the talent and drive to at least fit in quite nicely in MotoGP.

Realist

June 07, 2012 2:00 PM

I like Bradl. He has the right attitude, seems humble,.and is focused on developing himself and the bike. More importantly, he seems to understand clearly where he is in the pecking order. He has adjusted very well to the premier class thus far.

myself - Unregistered

June 08, 2012 12:42 AM

@Bradenws

to be fair, he had decent results... even more so when you consider that he's a rookie

in his 4th race he was the best privateer, close behind a factory Honda in horrendous weather conditions (Jerez & LeMans)

Conrad - Unregistered

June 09, 2012 3:42 AM

OMFG!!

Im I the only one who thinks pcxmac is always out of the point every time he posts a comment?
Jiz, the guy doesnt have a clue about MotoGP, does he?
Someone should teach the poor boy the basics of MotoGP.
For F... sake, "special cups during the season where riders from all three classes ride against each other on the same moto3 bikes.".
Seriously?With so many bad things right now with MGP, you think its those special cups that are going to turn the show more exciting? Cmon chap, get a grip... seriously.

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