MotoGP » Bradley Smith: Baptism of fire at Le Mans

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Reminds me of the premiership football, if a manager doesn't win his first 5 games he gets sacked.. Herve seems to have the sense to wait and see if they settle. Be a shame IMO if Cal didn't stay at Tech3. Why couldn't Yamaha filter a few more factory parts down to Cal a bit quicker? For sure he will give them some good data. Honda seem more willing to give semi factory support to the satellites.

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