MotoGP » Debutant Abraham ‘sorry’ rivals left him last


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It's amazing that people still have a go at this guy. He is riding that bike on merit and so what if his Dad's company has done well enough to sponsor him? If he was not good enough to be on the grid then the FIM would not let him be there. If it was a case of all you need is cash then Paris Soddin Hilton would be out there and not just sponsoring a team. How many riders on the Moto GP grid in any class grew up on a sink hole estate with the **** hanging out of their trousers? None of them I would wager. The guy has been in touch all the way through testing, as a rookie on a bike which is known as being damn hard to ride and not been developed and fine tuned by Vale in previous years. How on earth some precocious ignoramus can come on here and state that Abraham is not ready for Moto GP is beyond belief. An arm chair expert completely unqualified to make such a statement or judgement. I can't wait for the day that Karel wipes the smug look off all their faces.



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