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I feel for the kid, seriously. I mean, yes. You guys are right. He DOES NOT belong in MotoGP! But that's 'cause someone jumped the gun and gave him the ride. Any rider would take it. Those chances don't come when you want them to come. Unfortunately for Bradley, it came too early and now he's paying the price for being an underdeveloped rider. Big time!
The sad part is that one more year in Moto2 would probably fix that but if he drops back his chances of being offered another seat after his ridiculous performance this year are virtually none.
If I was British, I'd be emailing Scott Redding and telling to pay attention and bind his time to avoid a similar situation.
And Bradley, son, fake an injury and take some time out! Do a Spies for a round and use it to put your head in the right place. Go Motocrossing and etc, do something. 'Cause just 'riding the bike' is not working atm and you're just creating fears that will ultimately end your career.