MotoGP » Bradley Smith: Bad 45 minutes, but inspired by 'Senna'

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Bradley is absolutely fabulous! He is second rookie in the championship, second only to Marquez and his enormous Repsol backing.He is regularly kicking the backside of many more experienced riders. His bike is not the best but he can get the very best out of it. He has some great attributes for a successful career, he'll probably be the best ever Brit after Barry Sheen. He should have and would have won the 125 WC last year if Aspar had given him the A-spec engine. Aspar clearly had Terol as his favourite rider and he was not going to let Bradley beat him the way he almost beat Simon when they were on equal machinery the year before. It was awful to see his lack of top speed against the other contenders but give him his due because he never complained. I hope Tech3 give him a better bike next year.

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