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Anthony Bradford

June 18, 2013 2:44 AM

MotoGP » de Puniet: Suzuki has 'really good potential'


@razghost, based on your 1st comment, why would anyone post a comment on this article at all lol. Seriously though, don't get me wrong, I want Suzuki to succeed. As someone else as mentioned, a top tier rider would close the gap even more, and if it is doing that time, tyre wear and fuel consumption should not be to big a hurdle to get over with so much time before the 2014 season starts. The goal posts are only going to keep moving. As much as I want to see Suzuki succeed they always seem to put the minimum effort in required and make odd decisions, (let Spies go, not hire Shwantz as a manager, etc) and this decision to enter in 2015 smacks of more of the same. Btw, I'm not completely ignorant to the ways of bike racing as I've won championships with 90% of my racing being run on superbikes etc.

Anthony Bradford

March 24, 2013 10:29 AM
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MotoGP » Lorenzo shows wet race pace at Jerez


MSG to Crash Team, as all Internet browsers are tabs based these days, users tend to open multiple stories in separate tabs, as they were designed to be used. Your Crash TV starting up in these tabs simultaneously sounds like all hell has broken loose! I'm sure others as well as myself would appreciate if we could simply manually start the crash tv in a single window or tab, Please? Otherwise, Thank You for the wonderful site!

Anthony Bradford

December 02, 2010 8:22 PM

MotoGP » Crutchlow: Time is lacking – but I'm a fast learner


Hmmm, ok lets see, Cal took over a bike that won in it's 1st championship year with a rookie (Ben Spies) on board. Cal won a few races, went blindingly fast for a few single laps to take a fair few super poles too. No doubt a good rider, but an alien in the making? I think not. Now if MotoGP bike were powered by wind, then he would be in with a title chance for sure!

Anthony Bradford

October 18, 2009 1:28 AM

MotoGP » Stoner puts 'torrid time' behind him with home pole.


What a laugh these shallow ignorant keyboard heroes are. Consider that these riders have a microphone stuffed in their face and are basically told to talk about themselves daily. That would not be easy. As for the "We" statements. These guys eat, sleep and breath the team environment, to the point it saturates their entire life, so if course they are going to default to using 'we' (that refers to team for you keyboard heroes) The modern professional rider has to be a riding genius, PR expert, Computer Geek and fitness freak. Thats a lot of multi tasking. The only multitasking skills these keyboard heroes appear to have is the ability to type while whacking themselves off at the same time.



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