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r99 - Unregistered

April 24, 2013 1:26 PM

@ FZ1 - Unregistered

Yes thats the answer change the rule on testing. That would be perfect for money people like the Smith camp they could just plough more money into it and end up on the pace that way. Definately the fair route for all the other talented but unfortunately skint riders out there.
He should have gone to CRT and prooved his steel there. This is a pure money thing and for people banging on about how Herve knows talent etc etc , he also knows buisness!!

Maddog - Unregistered

April 24, 2013 5:17 PM

Mr Smith data:
5th fastest bike at the circuit
Last non CRT finish
Beaten by a CRT
44 Seconds behind team mate and 8 places down
Specialist Coach Randy Mamola
He wont even make it in CRT they fight for every point

Pizdoff - Unregistered

April 24, 2013 5:47 PM

Despite the sub-optimal level of errudition encpsulated by the previous posters........

I liked it.
I thought what Bradley's saying was interesting (maybe a bit guarded, but interesting).

I'm now waiting for someone to post 'You can teach a fast rider not to crash but you can't teach a cautious rider to be fast'.
Mostly because they'll forget he did crash in Qatar and lack the wit to realise if you can feel there's not much grip caution let's you learn more.

The nameless one - Unregistered

April 24, 2013 6:00 PM

Not sure there's much sense in arguing who is better than who between Redding & Smith 'til they're on more evenly matched bikes.

Right now tho his bike's improved Redding's so damn big he is still at a disadvantage that only a lot more power will help even up.

Meanwhile Smith has achieved nothing ....... except more wins and podiums, as has been pointed out.

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