MotoGP » Edwards takes tenth for the team, Crutchlow 'learns'


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I just don't get why there are comments about JT and Bradley Smith in here. Is it just because they are Brits as well? If so then the jingoistic flag waving is nauseous. People slagged off Karel Abraham because of his Dad's money yet here he is in his rookie season putting in solid performances on a bike that is much harder to ride than the Yamaha and he does so without quitting, or complaining. I hope that come the end of the season that Abaja will be the one picking up the rookie of the year award as he is showing a whole lot more class as a rider and a person. Sure I like to see home grown talent do well but not just because they are Brits, they need to be good too.



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