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Noriben

July 10, 2014 10:24 PM

MotoGP » Bradley Smith: Nothing yet for 2015


Insidejob: "You tell us what Bradley accomplished on the racetrack that warranted him being rewarded." 3 wins, 20 podiums, 9 poles..., but in the lower classes.
Yeah, the LOWER class nowadays. If it had been the old SMALLER class for small class specialists in which you have to compete against formidable veterans, e.g., Nieto, Martinez, Sakata, etc, I would give more credit to Bradley, but the achievement in the small class of today virtually proves nothing in terms of talent as a MotoGP contender.

Noriben

July 10, 2014 12:42 AM

MotoGP » Espargaro ‘feeling strong’, Smith ‘primed’


Don-R:
RaceRoad: really? BS still here....... when do we know AE joining tech3!!!
A lot of people here suggesting BS is on the chopping block unless his results pick up. But he does have one big thing in his favour: Dorna subsidise any team that runs a rider of "under-represented nationality" i.e. UK, Germany etc. Is Herve really going to kick him out and lose out on that valuable cash injection to help run the team?
There are Cal, Scott, Michael, and Eugine might be coming to the GP next season. If Brad retained his seat, that would become 5 Brits. under-represented nationality? No way! It's definitely "unnecessarily over-represented nationality"!

Noriben

June 28, 2014 12:06 PM
Last Edited 11 days ago

MotoGP » PICS: MotoGP bike swap - Marquez style!


@Rossifumi So, you actually believe his bones are made of steel or something. LOL A human can twist or break his legs even when it's a fall from a 0km/h bike. Tangling and sliding on a flat surface, and jumping towards and falling on a hard object are two different things. If your ''340km/h survival ability'' claim were totally true, how come they often get injured in their motocross training? they are much slower than MotoGP bike. And if your caim were true, NORIfumi would have never died. He was not riding at 340km/h even not as fast as a motocross bike when he had that nasty accident.

Noriben

June 28, 2014 11:49 AM
Last Edited 13 days ago

MotoGP » We didn't take enough risks, says Bradl


@cokerel Smith would never fade into obscurity. Even if he is forced to leave the GP in 2015, his name will be quoted every time a mediocle rider, especially when the one's Brit, secures a really good seat. People will quote his name like "Oh, he's just another Smith with less talk but with more h**r" or something.... Things are tough for Bradl on the other hand. He needs to make his name only by his incredible race performance. He will fade into obscurity if he fail to perform well, unlike Smith.

Noriben

June 28, 2014 7:54 AM
Last Edited 13 days ago

MotoGP » Smith: ‘Like a group of guys checking out a girl!’


Bradley will gradually fall back to the tail of the mid pack and will finish the race in 9th or 10th, but he will proudly boast about his performance in the opening few laps, claiming himself a incredible rider who can keep up with the leading guys. On the other hand, Pol will climb the order from his lowly grid and will finish the race in 7th or 8th. He will express huge disappointment after the race. We'll witness another expample of clear contrast between these two teammates once again. That's my prediciton for this weekend. You need to prove me wrong, Brad. Your time has long been overdue now.


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