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rabcati - Unregistered

April 10, 2013 1:03 PM

"For a start, he takes the time to do it- as fast as Casey Stoner was he'd not do something like this"

I dont defend Casey much but last year he had a repsol blog. Didnt write a lot but it was appreciated!

Grendlehop

April 10, 2013 4:33 PM

I feel bad. Poor kid was given a shot & on his first out, he crashed. So what. Let's at least see if this was a one off in his very first GP race with the biggest stars on 2 wheels. I too think maybe his contract terms were a bit premature, but Herve saw something in this kid, so let's give him a chance.

Brolong22

April 10, 2013 4:50 PM

Brad is as entitled to this ride as much as any of us are entitled to come on this forum not knowing the first thing about what it takes to do his job and then slagging him off.
He was offered the contract and he took it, would all the jerks who slate him say they wouldn't have done the same in his position? I hope he looks at your posts and laughs all the way to the bank!

HookJohn - Unregistered

April 10, 2013 4:56 PM

I love reading all of the blogs, and Mr Smith is strait-up opinion on his riding. As for the rest of you clowns, how many of you have ever rode a full blown GP bike? I thought so!!! So until you have and can out ride Mr Smith, get off of the kids back!!

jerginz - Unregistered

April 10, 2013 5:16 PM

The thing about smith is that nobody expects much from him not even podiums even though he is on a capable bike. Now he doesn't have the luxury of using the "poor bike" excuse anymore. When spies came there was a huge hype around him and he pretty much lived up to it as a rookie. It took crutchlow a year without podiums before he started to find his groove and I think it will be a similar situation with smith.

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