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@Southernx, NO you are WRONG.
I'm not from the UK and I'm not a Genius.
I have raced GP bikes and track day'd road bikes. To not be pushing past your comfort level means you are either so much better than everyone else it's not funny, or your equipment is that much better than anyone else's.
The bloke going 100mph around a corner with the back end bouncing up and down, not knowing if the back end is going to step out at the bottom of the next compression stroke is just as much (if not more) out of his "comfort level" as the bloke going 20mph faster in a smooth, chatter free, front and rear drift.
Absolute speed and equipment have little to do with whether your pushing past your "comfort level" or not. Maybe Bradley's results in Moto2 were because he wasn't pushing past his comfort levels?