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Matthew Birt  says:

Bradley Smith escapes injury in 120mph Jerez crash

Bradley Smith was fortunate to walk away with just bumps and bruises after his winter testing schedule ended with a 120mph crash at the Jerez circuit in Spain today. The Tech 3 Racing rider had just set his best lap of the test with a 1.42.978 on a new set of Dunlop tyres when he lost the front-end at the fast...

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  • Posted 3 years ago (21 March 2012 17:21)

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Feb 11

Posts: 616

Milkybars says:

Jeez...that some

spectacular shit to happen. Sliding and tumbling at 120 MPH is serious balls. Glad he was not hurt.

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Feb 10

Posts: 566

RobTZ says:

Get Well

Expecting big things from Bradley and Scott this year. All the best.

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Jul 08

Posts: 1020

That turn has a name.....

Mr. Matt...... It is "Criville". One of the best on the calendar, I really have respect for the speed GP boys carry through there. ***** I had my best (read worst) high side there a few years back. Suffice to say that is the origin of my user ID. When I opened my eyes the first and only thing I saw where my boss/mates Gixxer's throttle bodies laying in the gravel about 25 feet away!!! Poor thing was in so many pieces he thought two bikes had gone down and took a few seconds to recognise his own bikes body work! Looked like an aircrash... ha ha ha. I hope Bradders can keep it on the tarmac when they come back for the race. As for me..... what a prat!

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May 09

Posts: 20

madasthecat says:


Im sure most will diasgree - but i just cant see bradders coming good this season. He is a good rider, on his day - yes, but i think he will be outclassed all season

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