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Matthew Birt  says:

Bradley Smith vows to learn from Qatar error

Bradley Smith has vowed to learn from the early mistake that ended his MotoGP debut in Qatar after just five laps. The Monster Yamaha Tech 3 rider was pushing to move back inside the top 10 when he lost the front-end of his YZR-M1 machine at Turn 7. Smith said: “We changed the bike from the warm-up to the race to get...

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YamahaGYTR

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YamahaGYTR says:

YPM its in the Yamaha management a Japanese guy or Mr Jarvis either one of them has to go if Spies was ever to return to Yamaha.

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Hedgehog5

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Hedgehog5 says:

JustBe...

"Smith was never good in Moto 2, there were plenty of other proven people"

He had the deal sewn up long before the 2012 results based on his 7th in the 2011 season when there were only 6 riders above him in the championship... 3 of those 6 have moved up to MotoGP anyway... another 2 finished below him in 2012 leaving only Luthi on that basis as a more qualified rider for the slot.

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BennytheRev

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BennytheRev says:

... and Luthi's nearly 5 years older than Bradders. Almost as old as Crutchlow in fact.

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gixercarl

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gixercarl says:

bradders

most people who get into motogp have one of 3 things loads of talent, loads of dosh, or prepared to take the cheques to crash their brains out on crt to get in the paddock

Bradley is clearly a chumley warner loads of dosh

and yes the only brit recently to make it into gp who is the real macoy is Cal

what a sar he is for GB,

chumley warner will be found out across two seasons and despatched

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Bultoboy

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Bultoboy says:

Cornbowl

You've been here before - you can't say moderate success in 125 when he was 2nd in Spanish championship, 4th then 2nd in the world championship. That is a very impressive record. Hardly moderate which would be a couple of 10th places.

Moto2, he didn't have a particularly good bike - where are the two Tech3 riders this year, both in testing and the first race. Kent, a winner in Moto3 - he's nowhere (yes I've read he needs more time) and neither is Rossi. I'd have expected Kent up higher than that straight from the begining.

I don't see Smith winning a race but let's give him a few races as I don't believe he is the donkey you think he is

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Parkway70

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Parkway70 says:

Bulto

Here,here old bean...too many 5o'clock heroes on here talking the talk...I say give the guy a chance...Smithies a clever articulate young man who will get some good results thi season..maybe some of the half-wits slagging off the guy should ask themselves what they were doing at the age of twenty (Bradley was winning GPs)

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