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July 02, 2013 3:02 AM

@ Noriben
Exactly right given the current state of the gp paddock a top ten finish on a prototype other than the duc just isnt good enough maybe 13 years ago a top ten rider wouldve been something to be proud about I've said it before the problem with Smith is that there is a massive talent pool of moto2 riders each year and only one or two prototype bikes available each year depending on contract situations. Next year I see Pol on a satallite Yam and Smith on tech 3 bike with a leased yam engine.


July 02, 2013 7:11 AM

all you smith haters amaze me what the hell is wrong with you the man is racing in the worlds toughest motorcycle racing and no matter what you smith haters are saying is doing at least as good as cal did in his first year. scott will get his chance to shine next year. i dont believe pol espargaro would be doing any better than bradley at this point of the year if he was on that tech 3 and for christ sake the mans british get behind him and stop griping


July 02, 2013 10:42 PM

"Is Bradley a pay rider, i think if he is we have the right to be very critical of him."


That has to go under the definition of an "Armchair Critic" in the 2014 New Oxford English Dictionary!


July 15, 2013 8:58 AM

Keep up the good work Bradders, keep chipping away at that gap to the front and working on setup information for each track for next year.

Don't let the armchair muppets get to you - not that anyone in your position would listen to the c**p on the tinternet anyway...

How many of the folk slating Brad have even lapped towards the front of a trackday in the inters group, never mind at any sort of race pace?! So how can you comment without any real idea of what it takes to ride a motorbike quickly.

It's too easy to put folk down from behind a keyboard these days.

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