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Matthew Birt  says:

Bradley Smith samples ‘awesome’ Laguna Seca

Bradley Smith got his first chance to experience the unique Corkscrew section at Laguna Seca recently when he rode a Yamaha R1 to learn the technical and challenging California track ahead of his first MotoGP race there in July. Smith flew out to take part in a Yamaha Champions Riding School and the two-day experience gave the Oxfordshire rider the opportunity...

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Jan 12

Posts: 1608

doohanfan says:

if stoner had

punted rossi at the corkscrew, I doubt either rider would have been entirely well afterwards, the velocities involved being rather Stoner's problem with the incident. It would have been a low speed collision the second time when he chose to go into the dirt rather than into Valentino.

Even I am sick of this game. If you keep serving them up I can keep hitting them back though.  

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Aug 02

Posts: 2319

Hedgehog5 says:


"Moto 2/3 riders can't ride it safely but the AMA guys can? Moron."

You're right... I mean it would take a right newbie to mess up at the top of the Corkscrew & almost take out the reigning champion. The Moto2/3 guys are way better than that... what was I thinking?

:laugh: :laugh: :laugh:

Sorry... you fell for it!

But seriously... in the 37 years of the AMA series there have been 2 deaths... in that time there have been 22 GP deaths across the classes (14 in the lower classes)... it's a different level of racing.

PS I like the Moron bit at the end of your post... makes you sound soooo much more intelligent.


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Apr 13

Posts: 128

Krapp says:

A fun track he says. Giggled the whole time he says. That means he was going slow. Have fun on Sunday sonny boy, I want to see you last. Haha. Kids. It happens in F1 as well. All kids.



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Apr 11

Posts: 1681

ow01fogno1 says:


how did smith riding an r1 lead to stoner vs rossi eh?

jesus well my veiw is good luck to bradlet but he wasnt ready for moto gp im afraid and moto 2 he should have stayed like redding.

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May 05

Posts: 51

r6buz says:


I allways thought 125 & 250 could not go cause 2 stroke is not allowed in california. Moto 2 & 3 would be great.


So bored of this Rosi/Stoner shit.

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Mar 09

Posts: 5186

Nostrodamus says:

What would be sensible

Would be a hours free practice on roads bikes for each class tomorrow before COTA begins good and proper Friday.

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Apr 13

Posts: 193

BennytheRev says:

r6buz ...

... "So bored of this Rosi/Stoner shit." I second that emotion.

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Aug 10

Posts: 482

shawno76 says:


Half decent suggestion...given it's a new track, you'd have thought there would be official rules for allowing extended free practice (that prohibits engineer changes) on the GP machinery to learn the track before dial in-time. As Hayden, Spies, Rossi, Bradl, Lorenzo, Marquez, Pedrosa (did I miss anyone?) have all had track time at Austin (OK, on different bikes in some cases) - it's only fair right?

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May 12

Posts: 980

cornbowl says:

That's the key,

for Bradley, that Texas Tornado Boot Camp, if he can come through that, including the required three push ups and a grueling half hour, trying to tame that 'fire breathing' DT125 trail bike, then he'll be up for anything , lol.   

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Aug 11

Posts: 437

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