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'I am less than 0.5s away from pole position and very close to the top three and it shows the progress I am making' - Bradley Smith

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Mikemet

August 24, 2013 9:03 PM

Many riders in the past have started their Moto GP careers well, only to steadily decline ( eg. Spies ), Bradley is steadily improving, the right way to do it, well done Bradley. Is anyone else annoyed as I am by the infuriating ad. on the Moto GP site? Crash .net is doing a much better job.

YamafanR1

August 25, 2013 2:35 AM

I was a doubter in Bradley, even considering that he was riding a pos in moto 2. He just doesn't seem to have enough drive, anger, aggressiveness to battle at the front. He possibly doesn't it's hard to tell. However, he is making decent progress, it can't be denied.

H8R

August 25, 2013 3:10 PM

Bradley finishes with a DNF!

Back to the British Isles my boy. BSB is waiting.

Great job to Cal for getting back on the bike and finishing 17th. Also nice to Dovi get the better of Hayden.

H8R

August 25, 2013 11:11 PM
Last Edited 24 days ago

Obviously you don't.

There are better riders who can bring more money, and notoriety to the team. Steady improvement doesn't equal keeping a seat. Bradley has done the least possible to impress the fans, Yamaha, and the team. This is MotoGP where the greatest riders in the world compete, and Bradley is showing he's not one of them. Nothing personal to Bradley...but Pol will make him look even more like the midpack racer that he is.

As far as understanding racing, I guarantee you that I understand implicitly what is happening. Its the fools with their heads in the ground that so want Bradley to survive that are misleading themselves.

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