MotoGP » Ben Spies withdraws from Malaysian MotoGP


Yamaha's Ben Spies to miss second MotoGP race in a row.

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October 23, 2011 6:38 AM

@salafy tobat. Huh?
Yamaha have always be renowned for excellent handling bikes. The big change to the M1 was the crossplane crank, which was already underway before Rossi and Jerry Burgess signed with Yamaha.

Yamaha have always had the handling, whilst Honda always had the engines.

Lorenzo would be World Champ this year if it were not for Casey Stoner.

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