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Bazx7r

May 15, 2014 1:33 PM

MotoGP » Smith, Espargaro eager to shine in Tech 3 home race


Not necessarily, Smith has finished in front of Pol every race they have finished. Smith is Riding like Luti in Moto 2, stars fast, drops back a little during the race to conserve tyres and comes back strong at the end of the race, every race, Pol has gotten in front only for Smith to re take the position and gap his teammate. if he's found something in testing that will enable him to retain that pace all the way through then there is no reason he cant achieve top 5.

Bazx7r

March 29, 2014 4:40 PM

MotoGP » Scott Redding - Q&A


I know its off topic and its been said too many times before, Smiths bike was not up to the same level as Cals last year, an it wouldn't suprise me if, as Pol is the preffered rider of Yamaha its not the same this season either. That said Herve knows Brads work rate plus Brad knows he MUST be top satellite yam this year. Back on topic, a promising start from Scott, he's good to watch and that can only be a good thing for race fans.

Bazx7r

March 20, 2014 12:24 PM

MotoGP » Espargaro sticking with Yamaha frame


Aleix is being short sighted here, all he can see is that he is fast now on the old chassis, yamaha have given them, what's to say that they will give him any upgrades? also with only having to develop a chassis for one team, Im sure FTR can make bespoke adjustments faster than Yamaha. The other thing is it shows the difference in mentality between riders, Colin is willing to try and adapt /improve for the team where as Aleix is behaving like a spoiled Brat, I wont change even if it arives! time to grow up and do what your boss tells you!


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