MotoGP » Chassis boost for Bradley Smith

“Hopefully that is a good step in the right direction but we will see in Le Mans where we will have both bikes running the new frame” – Bradley Smith.

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Yes Yes Yes Leave Me Alone

May 07, 2013 11:47 AM

Quickly losing patience with Bradley, he has to beat the Duc's and CRT's as a minimum during the next few races - he was supposed to like Jerez etc etc but still no good there.

For the record @Garry - calling a rider 'rubbish' is meant to be taken in context - i.e. rubbish in the motogp field (stop saying ooo but he'd be faster than you etc because I'm not riding in motogp!).

Getting more and more difficult to defend Bradley having that ride to be honest - looks like it will be a long season of 'oh maybe next week he will do better'.

pp916 - Unregistered

May 07, 2013 1:15 PM

@ yes yes yes etc.....

Take your last paragraph and substitute the name of Smith's opposite number in the Yamaha works team.....spookily it works just the same!


May 07, 2013 1:41 PM

Give Bradley some time before slating the lad, if he is still behind AE and co. with 4 races to go then he will have to go. Scott Redding would be an ideal replacement, God help the series if it went to another Spanish rider.

AlanG - Unregistered

May 07, 2013 3:44 PM

1.4 s off his fastest race time! may be he is just no good at racing but fast when testing! This new speed would have given him top 6 in the race, cannot wait to see the improvement lol!

coffee - Unregistered

May 07, 2013 4:41 PM

cracks me up how in every Bradley post everybody wants his head lol

he has a two year contract with tech 3, he ain't going nowhere soon, all the bitching in world ain't gona change a thing!


May 07, 2013 4:43 PM

Why the moaning, his bike isn't to the same spec as Cal's (Cal's is the factory spare parts bin special). He has been asked to go quicker in each session, he does. As for Espargaro, he and the others in CRT have the benefit of the softer CRT tyres this year. I know loads of people say Scott Redding should have the ride etc, Scott is good but Brad finished above Scott in every season they raced together (125 and Moto2) with the exception of 2012, where Scott had the championship winning Kalex under him and Brad had the old Tech3 Mistral which as you can see from this year has not been improved (again). Brad has had less testing on MotoGP than the other rookies Marquez and Iannone. The team knows him and unless those bashing him are ex-championship winning MotoGP riders or team managers then frankly you know nothing other than sitting in front of your tv scratching your ****s and thinking you do.

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