What’s the hardest thing about maintaining a successful motorcycle travel company?The hardest thing originally was for people to have faith in us, because it was a new concept. Now it’s about keeping it unique and working very hard, as simple as that. I’m an Essex man I know life...
How much pressure is there on you to win this year, especially after your practice results?Pressure from the team, nothing. Pressure from the fans, nothing. But pressure from myself, huge. I want to win races, that’s my whole desire. I don’t want to just be a runner, I want to be...
I used to leave the film studios on the Street Hawk bike and go for a ride around town. I’d tell the boys to give me one of the bikes at lunch and I’d shoot off for a bit around downtown LA, just take it out for a ride, tell the guys I needed to get into character or some other b...
RIDING impressively in his debut year in the Moto2 championship saw Bradley Smith earmarked for an immediate progression to MotoGP next season with the Monster Yamaha Tech 3 team, but after deliberation the young Brit has chosen to remain
GRADUATING UP to the Moto2 class for 2011 Bradley Smith has raring to get race preparations underway at the upcoming test at Valencia.Joining Tech 3 in his move to the Moto2 class Smith has been undergoing training sessions in the Californian heat
BRADLEY SMITH has agreed a three year deal that will see him compete in the 2013 MotoGP World Championship.Smith’s contract renewal with French-based Tech 3 Racing Team will see him continue to race in Moto2 in 2012, he will then move to the Monster
WE'RE NOT EXACTLY sure how British GP125 rider Bradley Smith managed this but his Twitter account, with accompanying pic, said:'The result of messing with my bike. I came out a lot worse, tyre burn baby.'Looks nasty!
IT SOUNDS as though the deal to put Hector Faubel into Moto2 next year has been done, meaning that the Spanish rider will line-up for the Aspar team as 600cc team-mate in the new class alongside our own Bradley Smith.Faubel is reported to be going
BRADLEY SMITH has admitted to considering quitting after the death that claimed the life Marco Simoncelli."It is very upsetting as a rider," Smith told BBC Radio Oxford, "And it actually makes you question whether you want to do something like
HE TOOK the first two pole positions of the 2008 125cc GP world championship - and now it sounds like Bradley Smith is going to use the same settings as then for his 2009 campaign.The ultra-fast red-head was just 0.1s behind Bancaja Aspar team
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