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SmokinHaddock

July 14, 2015 8:45 AM

MotoGP » Bradley Smith ‘shows another dimension’


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JedPB67: I know Pol is struggling in 2015, but people seem to be quick to forget how impressive his first season was. I remember Julian Ryder and Toby Moddy discussing it at Laguna a few years ago saying that it's quite common for a GP newcomer to struggle in their second season: Crutchlow, Smith, both Espargaros have and did, Kallio, etc. but they usually regain their momentum in the third year.
Memories and attention spans are short here on Crash. They are dismissing Pol, but they were real quiet when Pol took it to his teammate during his rookie year on a new bike.
Not so fro me. Whilst I have supported Smith against all the haters, I was quick to state just what an impressive season Pol had last year. I have also stated this year that I would like to see Pol battling with Smith, because the entertainment factor would be immense.

SmokinHaddock

July 13, 2015 11:42 AM

MotoGP » Bradley Smith ‘shows another dimension’


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SmokinHaddock: Top satellite, joint 5th in the championship and 7 to 2 against his factory contracted team mate. He is going to make Herve's decision a much easier one this time around.
If the rumor is true, Pol might be on Redding's factory RCV next season. I kinda hope it is too. I love silly season chatter. Yamaha has the ultimate say over Pol's seat should he remain at T3.
It will be interesting to see who Yamaha view as Rossi's replacement. Pol clearly isn't cutting the mustard thus far this season, and Smith, whilst continuing to improve, probably isn't another alien. Zarco? Vinales? Kent? Who knows.

SmokinHaddock

July 13, 2015 3:32 PM

MotoGP » Bradley Smith ‘shows another dimension’


armin899:
SmokinHaddock:
Realist:
SmokinHaddock: Top satellite, joint 5th in the championship and 7 to 2 against his factory contracted team mate. He is going to make Herve's decision a much easier one this time around.
If the rumor is true, Pol might be on Redding's factory RCV next season. I kinda hope it is too. I love silly season chatter. Yamaha has the ultimate say over Pol's seat should he remain at T3.
It will be interesting to see who Yamaha view as Rossi's replacement. Pol clearly isn't cutting the mustard thus far this season, and Smith, whilst continuing to improve, probably isn't another alien. Zarco? Vinales? Kent? Who knows.
Smith as Rossi's replacement? you must be joking.
Think you hold of the wrong end of the stick there.


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