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RacerXXX

November 12, 2013 4:16 PM

At first I was pissed he got that contract over other, seemingly more deserving riders. Happy to see he is proving himself worthy. You have a convert in me, Brad. Keep up the good work, bud! Looking forward to seeing your progress. Cheers from the U.S.A.

tman

November 12, 2013 4:31 PM

Anyone who's followed Bradley's career since the 125cc days will know he has talent and fully deserves to be on the MotoGP grid. Set your sights a bit higher for next year Brad, you should be on Rossi's pace at the very least.

BikeWatch

November 12, 2013 5:17 PM

Considering Brad is riding a satellite bike with very few upgrades and Rossi is riding a full factory backed bike, I don't think he should be on Rossi's pace 'at the very least'. He should be behind Rossi at the very least. If he's on Rossi's pace, like Crutchlow was this year, he's doing a bang up job.

SmokinHaddock

November 12, 2013 6:16 PM

Its going to be a great 2014. Smith has proven his worth, has beaten Rossi in the test today and very close to the satellite hondas and still improving. Pol has made a blinder of a start. I see all 4 bashing fairings next year. May the best man win.

SmokinHaddock

November 12, 2013 7:55 PM

I didn't mean beating Rossi in the race, didn't say it, and wouldn't suggest he will, so don't put words into my mouth. Putting the T3 ahead of Rossi even in a test is still to his credit, that's all I was suggesting. As I did say it looks like the 4 satellites could be very competitive with each other next year. Particularly well done to Pol.

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