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Matthew Birt  says:

Bradley Smith gets insight into Jorge Lorenzo’s talent

Yamaha’s open policy on data sharing among its four riders in 2013 is already proving a huge benefit to rookie Bradley Smith. The British rider can compare his data with reigning world champion Jorge Lorenzo, nine-times world champion Valentino Rossi and fast improving Monster Yamaha Tech 3 teammate Cal Crutchlow, which is an invaluable aid in helping Smith adapt to a...

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Jul 12

Posts: 3189

wosihound says:

Whassup Man..

Nobody wants to talk about Bradders..

Marquez threads go off topic faster than he crashes into folk on slow down laps?

Doesn't bode well for the future, all this apathy floating around about the newbie's, eh?


I’m still looking for my entry point and he knows exactly where it is..

Really?..Not sure he should be talking about his girlfriend in public like this. This open sharing of data seems to have gone a little too far and Jorge is taking advantage of the lads good nature. He'll be having him fetch a couple of tins of Tartan paint and a bubble for his spirit level next..?

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Dec 10

Posts: 474

eddl says:

i reckon bradley will hand bradl his arse on a plate by season's end

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Aug 02

Posts: 599

winger says:

Don't know about looking for an entry point,at the speed his hairline is receeding he'll be looking for a syrup fairly soon !!!!

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Jun 11

Posts: 2564

PaceyCasey says:

Whassup Man..

Nobody wants to talk about Bradders..


What's to say bud? Had it been Redding aboard then this thread would be rammed imo. I wish Bradders all the best but he is one lucky fucker to get anything other than a CRT.


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Apr 11

Posts: 129

moany100 says:


Ireally hope Bradley does well just to shut down the noise comming from twats that would love to be able to see him on track let alone keep up

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Feb 11

Posts: 616

Milkybars says:

The Brits use of words


for their countryman.

The 22-year-old made a brilliant start to the 2013 pre-season testing campaign in Sepang last week when he finished with the eighth quickest time and was only 1.8s behind Dani Pedrosa.

What would be the word to describe Marc Marquez. Doubt it's in the Oxford Dictionary.

"Despite the 2013 MotoGP seats only just being settled, it appears Yamaha are already thinking of the future and aiming to get Pol Espargaro affiliated to their factory with a pre-contract for the 2014 season."

Them two Brits is going to be out on their undeserved collective asses quite soon. I expect both Espargaro brothers can walk any of the Iron Lumps coming out of the UK.

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Jun 09

Posts: 289

Parkway70 says:


Forgive us for getting excited because we`re starting to produce top GP riders...remember we`ve still got Scotty Redding and Danny Kent to step up to MotoGp!...Iron lumps??..I call it guts and determination,something the Brits excell at(usually when we're fighting other peoples battles)

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May 09

Posts: 884

CH987 says:


How are the Yanks getting on in Motogp?

How are the Yanks getting on in WSBK?

How are the Yanks getting on in Moto2, Moto3, WSS, Superstock?

Where are all these top Yank riders?

How come your home championship was dominated be a second rate Aussie?

You're right to be worried by  Espargaro though. He's the guy your boys are gonna be racing this year.




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Aug 09

Posts: 217


The Spanish will win it for a few years to be fair as their resources in the lower classes are vast. I think for any of our Brit lads to be riding at the level they currently are is a huge achievement based on our resources as a nation. PS. the brits and irish will be winning the TT, NW200, Macau etc for a lot longer than the spaniards will be winning GP. As for the Americans, who's there next great hope? No one. Brad put in a great performance Milky and will be hammering all the yanks in GP this year, also Cal was fastest satelite, how is that an undeserved ride?

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Jul 12

Posts: 3189

wosihound says:

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