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October 29, 2013 6:50 PM

MotoGP » Back home with a rookie record

Big shame this man is on a sat. Yamaha. All people who claim, over and over, that he out scored Cal, are right if it is up to numbers only. But Cal practically didn't finish half of the races in his rookie year. It will be interesting to see if Smith can get up the speed in his 2nd year. Whereas Cal scored a 4th,4th,5th,8th and a,5 th place in the first 5 races. Guess who is right, claiming that Smith can not match that??!! :-)


October 24, 2013 9:34 PM
Last Edited 326 days ago

MotoGP » Smith challenging for British rookie record

I completely agree with Don-R. If not for the injury of Bradl and the DNF of Marques, Smith would have finished eight in Australia. Still 30 seconds behind the winner as in the beginning. No improvement. It's a lost for such good bike. Pol will be faster right from the start. Why, he's got loads more of talent as Smith. And he will enter as WC. What 's the record of Smith. Money put him in the big game. Lacks of talent will get him out after next year. Quitely....


September 18, 2013 1:45 PM

MotoGP » Unlocking the package

Signing Smith was a big mistake. I hate to say I told you so. Next Year, his last on the M1, will be even harder to bare. Now he can use the excuse every time that this is his learning Year. Next Year with PA in front of him, there will be no excuses. Never understood why he came to motogp. Based on what!!??


July 24, 2013 8:05 PM
Last Edited 418 days ago

MotoGP » California Dreamin'

I think Smith must be very happy with what he has. In terms of engine and chassis. It is, with all respect a too good package for his abilities. Next Year one can only pray yamaha will tell HP to assign Cal with another rider. Smith is still young. If he is really as good as a lot of you think he is, he could win any world championship or be a regular rostrum finisher. And then come back to motogp

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