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Matthew Birt  says:

Bradley Smith relishing working with Cal Crutchlow in 2013

Bradley Smith is relishing the prospect of teaming up with fellow British rider Cal Crutchlow in next year’s MotoGP world championship. Smith’s two-year deal with the Tech 3 Yamaha squad was confirmed during the recent Brno MotoGP round in the Czech Republic and the 21-year-old will join former World Supersport champion Crutchlow on a factory-backed YZR-M1 machine in 2013. Crutchlow penned a...

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george shuttleworth


May 04

Posts: 112

I see Bennys back ehh Flob.

Life must be good when you keep getting kicked of forums.. only to re appear again under a different name.. Wow you're a clever boy.

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Apr 11

Posts: 3355

Bultoboy says:

and the facts of life, according to you are, all those that went before were less talented and no more qualified that Smith

No idea what you're on about - I'm out of this

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May 12

Posts: 987

cornbowl says:

Read it

are the two questions a little bit to complex for you or what. You need a better grounding in motorcycle racing, I'm still interested in your forecast for Smith's first podium in Moto2?

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Apr 11

Posts: 3355

Bultoboy says:


I'm still interested in your thoughts on my analogy with Stoner when applied to your criteria that determines whether a rider has talent - but you've skipped it every time.

But to answer your question, I have no idea when or if Smith will podium in Moto2 - I might as well ask you when Cal is going to win a Motogp.


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Jun 09

Posts: 289

Parkway70 says:


I`m with you all the way on this one mate....give the kid a chance..nobody will/can possibly know how well Smithie will do,he could be a revelation or not ,but half the comments on here by the 5`oclock heros are a joke...if he`s given the back-up and time he can be a very good MotoGp rider..I always remember Jeremy McWilliams struggling to qualify for GPs early into his 500Gp career,and then becoming a great, great Gp rider who with any justice should of at the very least picked up a top works ride(ie:Japanese)..that was one Dude that deserved that and more! in summary..unless you`re Russell fucking Grant nobody really knows!!

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Apr 09

Posts: 1389

Richard1967 says:

Russell Grant

I remember when he rode against Arthur Marshal back in the day . Im in agreement with Bulto and Parkway for this one . It is all up in the air though , we never know whos going to turn out fast . Look at Elias , done nothing on his 2nd trip to motogp , probably tyres he cant get to grips with though .

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Apr 12

Posts: 586

fuk me

russell grant......he`s let himself go......since going from bike racing to horoscopes and cake....that tv-am sofa would be a dam sight more comfortable than a race lovies your stars for today

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Sep 12

Posts: 16

ed30 says:


Sorry...can't work out if you're being sarcastic or stupid...... Bradley has already been on the motor podium 3 times.....on an absolute dog of a chassis. Just think of some of the Spanish "talent" that has made it to the top class over the past 20 years.....all because of passport instead of talent, but amazingly some of them actually performed pretty well (Gibernau is a prime example). On the other hand Bradley has won a few GPs, came a fairly close second in 125s and has performed pretty respectably on the equal worst chassis in moto2. He more than deserves a chance with the big boys.

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Mar 09

Posts: 5206

Nostrodamus says:

Interesting how language skews perspectives

'absolute dog of a chassis' ha, ha. Fuggin' joke. That's top shelf bespoke kit Smith is running.

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Apr 11

Posts: 1681

ow01fogno1 says:


there once was an ugly troll, who claimed to be rock and roll, but once he got pinned his scooter got binned , and he ended up deeper in his hole.

da dum chaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaa.


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