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Well - I for one like to read Bradley's blog. he comes across as forthright and honest in his assessment of what happened and what they are doing, and there's no histrionics.
Its a small insight into what he's doing, and how he's approaching it in a business-like and measured manner to try and progress and learn, and not to just ping himself into orbit trying to go fast with no understanding of the kit and the electronics.
Seems to me he is doing his best to operate as the team have asked him to, with a progressive plan to acclimatise him and bring him on. His ride at Le Mans wasn't too shabby either - people fell off where he didn't, and his pace was improving.