MotoGP » Improving Smith vows 'I won't get carried away'


'There's still a long way to go but it is nice to be so much faster than yesterday and to see some real progress' - Bradley Smith

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JamesMcGrath - Unregistered

February 06, 2013 12:50 PM

Bradders try pulling back the throttle and keeping it there more and for longer. PS Brakes to be used only when approaching the wall.
I waited all my life for a true Brit to compete ... come on and give us your best shot.....maybe dont care sooooo much and just right the fastest flow , then keep going.

iamnumber1 - Unregistered

February 06, 2013 1:00 PM

Bradders try pulling back the throttle and keeping it there more and for longer. PS Brakes to be used only when approaching the wall.
I waited all my life for a true Brit to compete ... come on and give us your best shot.....maybe dont care sooooo much and just right the fastest flow , then keep going.


Good comment Troll now go die somewhere. Like he needs advice from loser like you! lmao

Strex

February 06, 2013 1:06 PM

Bradley, I said earlier that people should wait and see if you can let your riding do your talking, well so far I think you have. Keep up the good work and get right on Cal's tail tomorrow!

bilbo46 - Unregistered

February 06, 2013 1:09 PM

never been that much of a fan of this kid, but boy is he talented. 6 tenths off crutchlow? 9 off rossi?? flippin hell boy! i must admit, when i found out he was getting the second tech 3 bike i was doubting him. but now i eat my words, hope for a good season with no pressure, then next season possibly podiums, sort of what cal has achieved last season?

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