MotoGP » Bradl happy after 'hard' qualifying at Misano


'In my last run I found some traffic and I probably waited too long for the tyre to warm up before my flying lap' - Stefan Bradl

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Vilas

September 15, 2012 7:32 PM

This guy is a Top Gun.. Well done Bradl!! For 2013 will be so hard we will have so many riders able to make a surprise on Podium places.. Lorenzo, Rossi, Pedrosa, Marquez, Cal, Bradl has the top riders for me then we have a big ? from Ducati.. If they can change the bike into better performances until the final of 2012 and just put one good package on the 2013 bike i think we have all the ingridents for one amyzing year him Motogp for 2013.. Then is only Suzuki come again and Motogp will enter on great years again.. Thanck you GOD

Choco - Unregistered

September 16, 2012 12:49 AM

@ there there now,

You've got to be kidding. If that's the case, everybody including Rossi, Hayden, Jorge, Stoner and Pedrosa are also rookies because they were riding 800s for the last few years too, the and 990s didn't have the electronics that this years 1000s do, "starting from scratch." I can't believe the people who post on Crash. Not MotoGp Fans, but people with issues and an axe to grind. Illogical BS. I wish people posting here would root for the sport more and not diminish riders because they threaten your own rider that you somewho identify with. Like any of us can come close to matching the MotoGp riders. Sheeesh, nonesense.

Noriben - Unregistered

September 16, 2012 7:55 AM

What is really unfortunate for Bradl is that all the better seats than his LCR RCV are occupied for another 2 years. Even if Bradl keepss improving and succeeds to make himself a constant podium finisher like Dove did in this year, his option at the end of 2013 will be staying at LCR for the third year or compromised for the factory seat at ducati expecting they will make a big leap. He will be almost in the same situation like Dovi this year ....

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