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Simon Patterson  says:

Smith suffers '500 crash'

Bradley Smith suffered one of the biggest crashes of his career tonight at the Losail International Circuit, with an old-school 500 era highside spitting him off his Tech 3 Yamaha half way though free practice one. “That was a 500 crash. I’ve watched many classic bike races and that was definitely a 500 crash. I proved that traction control doesn’t do...

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  • Posted 218 days ago (21 March 2014 23:17)

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Jun 10

Posts: 288

bluehaze60 says:

1st of many

 This is what you get when you make a 260 Bhp factory bike behave when you limit it to 20 litres of fuel. Like a razors edge 

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Apr 13

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Mouldybags says:

Nope. This is what you get when you put someone incapable of riding one of the machines you describe in charge of it. Bradders just doesn't have what it takes.

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Mar 14

Posts: 21

GlennEagle says:


Smith is a fine talent - just glad he's ok after the washing machine tumble. 

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Sep 10

Posts: 836

CBR11X says:

He's doing well. Give the lad a break.

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Aug 02

Posts: 2321

Hedgehog5 says:


"Bradders just doesn't have what it takes"

Yeah & nobody else ever crashed? Glad he could walk away... & good to see him up there ahead of the "talented" guys on factory bikes!


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Feb 09

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 Ummm yea. How is your MotoGP career going Mouldybags?

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Mar 14

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shildon says:


 mouldy your a ding you not seen the practise times hes setting 

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Aug 13

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DeGrasse says:

Looks masty.

A good thing he walked away from it without too much damage...

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Jun 11

Posts: 566

ratchetman says:

mouldy bollocks

 Unfortunatly for you Smith has more talent in his poo than what you got in your entire body. All these guys can ride a bike. they are the best riders around So before you start slagging a rider of just have a moments thought. Every time they ride these bikes they are puting their life on the line so give them a bit of respect

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Aug 11

Posts: 540

ChupaChump says:

Why are the satellite Yams quicker than the factory Yams?

 I know Pol and Bradley have just tested there but they are running the new tyres and 20 litres of fuel like the factory boys.  

Is it just the new tyre that Jorge can't get along with or is it the much talked about Rossi-friendly chassis developments which are upsetting him so much?

Tech3 seem to be able to find decent pace with the new tyre and the 2013 bike???
Aleix is another kettle of fish altogether...

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