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SmokinHaddock

August 28, 2013 12:27 PM

Insidejob, can you back up your statement? Do you have some inside knowledge on the T3 bike specs versus the works bikes? I've only ever heard speculation, and so am really interested. Given the recent upgrades to Cal's bike then I assume Brads is not quite the full package.

Of course at the moment it appears none of the Yamahas are capable of beating the Hondas, but that could just be down to one MM!

DontTesttheX

August 28, 2013 6:01 PM

I look forward to seeing what Redding will do on a motogp machine. Seeing is believing. Remember him giving it to MM on the last lap last year?...Brilliant. Even more so now we know what MM was capable of in M his game somewhat - and finishing on the bike - to justify the top flight ride. I hope he does.

IvorBueb

August 28, 2013 9:46 PM

I've been supporting Smith for years.

I have no crystal ball to viddy the future but I have seen a gradual progression in his lap times and confidence with the Yam.

Hope he gives his usual 110% at Silverstone.

Last years race in moto2 was a quixotic attempt by Smith, this year he has better machinery.

Go Smith! Don't bin it!

Raafrebel

August 30, 2013 6:42 AM

Good luck to the local this weekend. Its great to hear from a rider this way, its like having a yarn at the pub. Good on you for taking the time out for us all to read.

Have a great weekend and we all know that you will be doing your best
I envy you guys who get to ride those machines, must be a lot of fun.

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