MotoGP » Bradley Smith: Baptism of fire at Le Mans


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Really like the blog. The fact he is honest about his learning, and to ride a motogp bike is a brilliant insight, and he should be commended for it, not many riders are this down to earth. Bravo to Crash too, for picking someone who really gives something that has decent content. Also a really good result for him, the fact he is learning and building experience, rather than going mental and potentially harming his development is also commendable. You would think some commenters on here, and they are always the same ones, probably took their motorcycle test with elbows down, front wheel in the air .. personally i think most haters dont ride, as they would probably tear it round blind corners with driveways the other side or through dangerous junctions...ignorance is bliss afterall Its took Scott 4 seasons to really stamp his mark in Moto2, and im really pleased for him too, but please dont top card UK riders, its pointless Lets just hope Cal gets his wish of a factory machine, and



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