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hyabusa47

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hyabusa47 says:

More Bradley Smith please

Bradley Smith in MCN this week. Hi all first of all well done on the MCN being reading it weekly for years so keep up the good work. My only issue was that reading the sports section this week I see no mention of Bradley Smith at all. Come on whats going on?  The guy has rode exceptional well this...

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ninjasquaddie

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Quite right. Shocking lack of coverage. How the fuck is he going to get sponsorship when MCN doesn't provide coverage? Supporting British sport ? You are joking.

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dynoensor

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dynoensor says:

Bradley Smith

I agree! 

Bradley is our best hope for the future of british biking and so we should all give him as much support as we can. 

2nd in the world in 125's is no small thing-all the best for 2010 Bradders!

 

 

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jedpb

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jedpb says:

Well said.

Come on Brad, hopefully him Scott and Danny will be strong over the next couple of years. Maybe your right old copper top might be motogp world champ in a couple of years.

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hondmog

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hondmog says:

bradley smith

Just what i have been saying for ages , if its not motogp MCN does not even bother . Its the same with superbikes the 600s get barely a mention . I think the MCN reporter watches one race then goes home . Come on MCN report on all the races properly not just a little small print bit at the end , these people like Bradley are our motogp future

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snjphotographer

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Letters

He was on the letters page, does that count lol

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BrandsR6

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BrandsR6 says:

Sometimes??

The 125 and 250 racing has been better than the MotoGP pretty much all year!!! There have been one or two decent Rossi/Lorenzo battles, but that's about it for the top class this year. 

Unfortunantely MotoGP has been a bit like Formula 1 this year, especially with the guys at the front all spread out after 2-3 laps.  There seem to have been some good fights further down the field, but that doesn't get much TV coverage.  Is the one-make tyre rule to blame?

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TLSI

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TLSI says:

Bradley Smith

Totally agree Bradley Smith is up there battling for a World title and hardly gets a mention ,so lets see plenty coverage of his season and pre season activity.

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poshbird1000

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poshbird1000 says:

brad and co

I totally agree with everyones comments, 125, 250 600 wsb and bsb were far more interesting last year than GP and produced some damn good edge of seat racing.  Its wonderful to see so much British talent in motor bike racing and it would be nice to see some of the big  British companies come up with more sponsorship for these lads.  I sure we all wish all the British racers the very best of luck this year, we will be rooting for them all.

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