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People can't help but compare Scott and Bradders...now you can post the facts as they are and they tell a story, a story which suits your view that Bradders is superior to Scott.
Now this isn't an attack on Bradders but i firmly believe Scott is the better rider.
My reasoning is that when Scott got his one win at Donington he was not on the best Aprilia out there, he was on a bike that was considered to be third best in the field...not the 3rd best bike...you had a group of pukka Aprilia's given out to the chosen few, then a 2nd batch to the next lot and then a 3rd batch and Scott was on that with others with even worse Aprilias behind that.
Bradders when he got his wins was on the best bike out there in 125's and you could and i will argue that he probably should of won more. Bradders has 2 years on Scott in age and experience.
Additionally, and it is agreed by many with more knowledge than me, Scott is a big lad and this has hampered him in 125's and in Moto2.....last y