What I mean regarding Toseland is that a few gentle nudges are OK, but you don't see the others doing this as regularly as he is already. Lorenzo gave James the thumbs up after Qatar and said it's a racing incident and didn't do any harm, it was just him getting excited. That to me says that they don't mind it a little, but any more than that and you're pushing you're luck. Personally I don't mind seeing it, as long as it's not taking anyone out, like Pasini did to Bradley last Jerez when he'd started from the back (remember he didn't make it round the sighting lap?). It amuses me that they're team-mates this year, albeit in a different class.
Bradley, you're right, but he's on one of the best bikes out there and he's been in 125s for a couple of years as well as consistently being the fastest in practice at Jerez (both pre-season and now) so I was disappointed to see him so far behind the two leaders. That said, he's still young and has lots to learn and he did make some wonderful overtaking moves. I think it's early to be saying he'll be the champ, but nobody else looks consistent either. Had it not been for that steering damper breaking in Qatar then who knows where he'd be now. I think one win and his confidence will sky-rocket and there will be no stopping him!
Pedrosa; I was pleased to see him smile a little, but he's still a bit boring for me. He likes to get in front and check out, and then proclaim the race to be amazing. Yeah, you did great son, but you were on the best bike on the day, with the best settings, running around on an empty track. Look back at the riders behind and there it was great, you certainly didn't contribute to its greatness.