MotoGP » FIRST PICS: Ben Spies’ Yamaha YZF-M1


Ben Spies' mount for the Valencia season finale unveiled

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Dave - Unregistered

November 04, 2009 11:48 PM

That last comment is so far off its not even funny. do you how much sponsorship money is put into motogp? i think paint is the last thing they worry about $$ wise. sterilgarda is obviously shelling out for this because thats how it works to get your company name all over a bike...

Do you not understand the term "tongue in cheek" or "humour"??????

Trust me, I know exactly how much sponsorship money is required to run a GP team! And fully understand that you don't get a fully liveried bike just because Yamaha have a few spare sticker kits due to Spies not binning it much this year! :p

SPIDEY - Unregistered

November 04, 2009 11:58 PM

U guys are chickens, given factory yamaha spec bike, a winning bike, he should win!

If not hes a d i c k,

Bayliss showed class when he won the SBK champ, and came to valencia on the troubled ducati and took that to 1st place in his last on off motogp race.

Now thats class,

So i assume elbow, or kneww or what ever he is called is aiming to prove hes better than bayliss by winning in a more dominant fashion. :-o

If not, hes just another average racer....

All motogp races given time will win in any other championship around the world

x2468 - Unregistered

November 05, 2009 12:01 AM

Awesome pic. looking forward to the race.

I know this is completely off topic but. WHY do they still call it the M1????????? I would think hat since they went to 800cc the name should be changed to M8.

Tex - Unregistered

November 05, 2009 2:55 AM

Nice but we all know that RED bikes go faster :)

This guy must be worrying a few ppl on the grid, 2011 will see a good purge of useless ppl.

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