MotoGP » Abraham scores seventh despite crash

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This is just brilliant. Even after the race in Qatar where he finished in the points there were still cynics saying that he did not deserve to be in Moto GP. This guy is a class act as a rider and as a person. Having met him I can confirm this to be the case. I feel more than vindicated in my pre-season support and anyone who ever thought that he was there just because he is from a rich family was clearly blinkered and jealous. How many riders in any classes grew up on sink hole council estates with no back side in their trousers? Precious few. Motor racing of any kind is not a poor persons sport

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