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There's not only one major reason why Aleix doesn't have a better ride. The fact is, he didn't do so well as his brother on the support classes and then had to settle for a CRT ride.
Add that to the fact that he is Spanish, has a brother doing great at Moto2, and doesn't have a powerful 'Godfather' like Pedrosa and the picture starts to become clearer.
On top of all that, there are plenty of talents in MotoGP and not all of them have a decent ride. Aleix is not the only one. Yes, he's been brilliant this year but you still have the likes of Abraham who performed miracles with an ultra outdated Ducati for the past 2 years and would probably still be doing well this year if it wasn't for his injuries.
And I'm sorry Brits, but Smith has not shown any real progress yet. He's by far the worst Moto2 rider to move to MotoGP on a decent team... Bradl was better on his first year and Marquez, well, you'd have to be an idiot to compare the 2! Unless Bradley Smith pulls his finger soon I'll be