MotoGP » Simoncelli feels a 'fool', but Gresini shares blame

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the 1st time i heard of Simo was about his reckless riding in the 250 class. When I heard he was advancing to GP I did not like that. I was very much against him all the way last season. My attitude to him change 180 deg. this year when I saw his performance. I would rather see a guy in GP who can kick ass even if he crashes or causes others to crash. (I hope he will learn and bring the crash ratio down) rather than the few guys who routinely place in the last 5. A guy who can take pole would have to do something really bad to not be allowed in GP. Simo's performance speaks louder to me than some of his wild stunts.

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