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SAM - Unregistered

September 19, 2012 10:28 AM

@ Poddy
by comparison lets look at Redding

79 starts
1 win 2008 125 class
7 podiums
2 of those in the 125 class
2 2nd places and 3 3rds in Moto2
Suter to Kalex and the results still aren't coming.
Scott's dad and family loaded all the time but not the money way of being loaded, if you get my drift.

Does Scott deserve a Motogp bike? Absolutely he does as does, as does Luthi, but there are not enough seats.

Can't help it if Brad had a clear path and riding that Tech 3 is making him a better rider. Time will tell but we all know Motogp isn't easy. Just ask Toseland, and Spies who both had the best Sat. bike and Ben factory bike.

ninja - Unregistered

September 19, 2012 3:33 PM

Some of the idiotic comment on here is hilarious. It really goes to show how little people actually know about racing. Brad is doing a fine job on a bike that's underdeveloped massively in comparison with the others. I some to him after qualifying on Saturday and he was pretty downhearted at the lack of performance from the bike. I told him that the bike can't win and he replied that he knew but it's a hard thing to come to terms with.

Those of you just looking at the results, enjoy your armchair. I bet half of you are Rossi fans but don't blame the rider. It's the bike's fault. More than a little hypocritical?

Smokin - Unregistered

September 19, 2012 5:27 PM

Judging by the agrees/disagrees it would finally appear that the tide is turning, and more and more people are realising there is probably something in Bradley that gives him a chance at MotoGP level on a competitive bike.

Really looking forward to seeing what he can do.

sakkie - Unregistered

September 19, 2012 8:50 PM

Smith is sooooo over rated. Hes been given opportunities other riders would have killed for and what has he produced? Not much Im afraid.
Its time we stared looking somewhere else for the saviour of British MC racing. Hes had his chance.

raafrebel - Unregistered

September 19, 2012 10:38 PM

we will see in the first couple rounds how he will go.
Also, just because you are good at ridding moto 2 doent mean you are good at Motogp!
Look at ellis, he won the moto2 tilte, and then won the title for most useless rider in moto gp!
he was VERY dissapointing
The Moto gp seats are VERY hard to come by, so, Smith is living his dream! Good luck to him, I hope he goes ok

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