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As usual the opinions divided.
Im still pacing o ROY wager on Brad. Yes had the Kalex / Suter not moved forward so much perhaps we would have a better view (OF THIS YEAR ONLY)...
but heres a few facts...
1: Brad: more podiums, wins than Cal or Scott.
2: Brad: beating teammate by miles, including a number of +1.5s in qualifying. Kallio was a regular top ten
3: West rides the same bike as Iannone know, so lets no go mental over a wet, then home ride...plus its contract time
4: yes check the top speeds. engine power alone doesnt mean top speed, and tech 3 arent going in a wind tunnel for 2 bikes. I do think they will up it this year but lets see.
But as a big Brad fan i would say that the final 125cc season did haunt him a little, so yes, there is a step up. Nut some people on here make out he is an Abraham etc which is clearly not the case.
Even Valentino mentioned him back in his first season on the repsol 125. However you would a) have to be a true fan of bikes to know this b