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Matthew Birt  says:

Bradley Smith urged to study Stefan Bradl’s MotoGP switch

Bradley Smith should closely study the approach taken by German Stefan Bradl in 2012 to help him become an instant success in MotoGP next season. Bradl has been the revelation of this season having quickly mastered the switch from Moto2 to the more powerful and technology laden MotoGP bikes. The LCR Honda rider has scored six top six finishes including a season...

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  • Posted 3 years ago (24 September 2012 10:50)

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Jul 12

Posts: 79

tobyj says:

Yes the riders are

different and so is the machinery they use.

Just about all the traffic on here, goe's over and over exactly that point.

Perhaps people would prefer a clone series, were every rider has to be like their current favourite number one clone !

Personally I am in awe of the majority of Moto GP M2 and M3 riders, most of them can do stuff with bikes that I can only dream of; after forty years of riding bikes.

How about celebrating this fact instead of endlessly bickering and rehashing the same points, I guess most of us start from the same point of Loving motorcycling !


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Jul 06

Posts: 2049

buelligan272 says:

read again please

bulto I never said all riders need to focus.
If you read back I said some but not all.Also going back to where you say its all the same whether it be 2,3 or 4 wheels.The reason I said I could not comment on dirt etc is because I have never been at such races and I dont know any riders that race in these races but I am sure they have their own ways as well.

bultoboy sometimes you talk sense but on occasions you make yourself look a right tit and you prove that what you know about racing is by the telly and the news and certainly not from experience.

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May 12

Posts: 994

cornbowl says:



you stated in one of your previous posts  "it's a motorbike race fcks sake" 

so that's your expert analysis of MotoGP, TT, WSB etc., racing,  is it. I take it that your judgement of racers focus on the start grid, is based on when you're on the grid on the front row ready for 4 or 5 fast laps, after hours, around your local Tesco's car park, with an illegal exhaust and a low cut on that Suffolk, is it, lol 


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Sep 12

Posts: 11


That's right, you tell him Baby. x x o x x

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Dec 08

Posts: 1982

thestig08 says:

hmmmmbennyrevmandy says

This week i'm mostly eating mutton and silencing the lambs,Baaah

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Sep 12

Posts: 11

Don't be cruel to my little Revbaby. I love him with all my heart.

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Nov 10

Posts: 296

COZ69 says:

hahaha Hmmmmmm's sheep is in the room


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