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Bradley has been on the international scene for some time now. He's not a Spies or Lorenzo- instantly competetive from the word go.
Rossi is regarded as one of the all time greats, but even he didn't win 125, 250 or 500 on his first try.
He learns and gets faster.
A top ten on a Tech Trois (mouth full!)is a great result. I'm sure he'll get a few top 6's this year, and maybe a podium if the bike improves?
There is no shame sitting aorund the 10th mark in his first year, however, and compared to Scott you can tell Bradley's maturity.