MotoGP » Brake issue leaves Bradley Smith 13th


Brake issue leaves MotoGP rookie to start Sunday's race from the fifth row

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Fullofit

October 26, 2013 1:17 PM
Last Edited 393 days ago

@ Crash ... in the heading ... there is a spelling error.

"Talent" - or rather the lack thereof, is the only reason that BS is in 13th again - is not spelt B-R-A-K-E

mrfill

October 26, 2013 2:12 PM

Looks like Tech3 have finally got a seamless shift in their excuse engine.

Reading the comments by the 2 riders, I could hear in the background some dulcet Aussie tones commenting "bl**dy whinging poms".

SmokinHaddock

October 26, 2013 3:45 PM

And why, pray tell, would you expect him to finish ahead of higher spec prototypes with more experienced riders on them, in his rookie year?

Bad day at the office today. Anyone know why he didn't appear for the last 10 minutes? Was the brake problem that bad?

50thR1

October 26, 2013 4:35 PM

BS does not belong in this League. I think there are a lot of UK pilots with more talent. For example: If one should put Sam Lowes on the Tech3 Yamaha, I expect him to be faster then BS within 10 laps. Still wondering why he is here!

SmokinHaddock

October 26, 2013 5:10 PM

Blimey! Whilst there is certainly a debate about the relative abilities of Smith and both the Lowes brothers, to suggest that either would get on the T3 bike and beat Smith within 10 laps (bearing in mind Smith has been on it all season and is getting faster) has to make that the naive statement of the day!

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