MotoGP » Bradl 'makes it happen' for debut podium

“We have been progressing and coming closer and closer to the podium and finally today we made it happen" - Stefan Bradl.

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July 22, 2013 7:45 AM

It was nice to be able to see his braking and acceleration percentage. I think he rides beautifully, carries alot if corner speed. MM brakes hard and squares the turns alot, Bradl seem to be less on brakes and more on corner speed momentum. Deserved his spot on the podium.


July 22, 2013 9:35 AM

Stefan rammed my words down my throat yesterday i have to admit.
I figured he would flag and go backwards finishing 4th at best.
This was a fine effort from him to stay up there for the whole race.Well done kid,lets see some more of it in the second half of the season.We need more guys up front!


July 22, 2013 11:19 AM

Great job done, Bradl!

If Honda wants Cal in the LCR team so badly, Yamaha should take Bradl instead even if it leads to discarding all the ongoing talk with young Espargaro. I have been a great fan of Bradl since he moved up to MotoGP, and have always thought his riding style must suit better on the Yamaha. Valentino has proved he's still fast, yet it's inevitable that he's getting old, JL seems to be on his apex now, and Cal seems to apper continuously disloyal to Yamaha, Smith? Oh, he's obviously out of question....

Yamaha seem to lack young talents for the next generation. They should take Bradl.


July 22, 2013 1:39 PM

Plenty of young talents from Moto2 right now like Scott Redding, Rabat, Espargaro and even the Lowes brothers who are competing in BSB and WSS. I think Crutchlow, Lowes bros., and and the Americans are good examples of why talent doesn't always come from Moto2.

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