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Matthew Birt  says:

Bradley Smith unhurt in first MotoGP crash

British rider Bradley Smith walked away unhurt from a high speed crash on the opening day of the second Sepang test in Malaysia today. The Monster Yamaha Tech 3 rider had just set a personal best time of 2.03.632 on his 24th lap when he suffered his first crash on a YZR-M1 machine on the very next lap. The 22-year-old lost the...

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  • Posted 2 years ago (26 February 2013 11:41)

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jhandley

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jhandley says:

Going Well

Good attitude fom Bradders.  How many of us think he won't do so well in MotGP, and how many of these same people pray that he does?!?!  This year must be a learning year only, surely?  So far he seems to have exceded expectations - even if those expectations are not as high as for e.g. Marcez.  Maybe the best benchmark for him would be against Cal's performance last year.  The jury's out, we expect a guilty verdict but hope for an aquittal. 

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spitfire74

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spitfire74 says:

Any good race fan has to root for Smith. I think he'll do well this year, as he has a good head on his shoulders. I think the difficulty will come from moving to the premiere class with not much success in Moto2. It's said that this is down to limited help and manpower with the bike and that may be true, but it's infinitely easier to move to a new class having mastered the one you were just in. He's jumping into the deep end of the pool without a win like Bradl had or Marquez has or even many podiums. hope he has the fortitude to make the most of it.

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Titosfuneral

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Titosfuneral says:

Warning signs are always useful. I wonder when that Ducati will get them...

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