MotoGP » Ben Spies returns to victory track


"I'm confident that we can step up and be fighting for the podium this weekend" - Ben Spies.

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motomark - Unregistered

June 25, 2012 1:41 PM

He better get it on and soon or he'll lose his ride. He's obviously much more talented than he has shown this season, but how much longer will he make us wait to prove it.....
Good luck Ben show us what you really can do.

Franky - Unregistered

June 25, 2012 2:04 PM

Lets not get carried away here. Yes Ben won here last season, and yes a win is a win so you cant take that away from him, but lets remember the circumstances of this win too.

Pedrosa didnt even start, Lorenzo and Sic were out of contention after the first lap, and Stoner struggled with grip.

Yes he still won fair and square, but it certainly wasnt without lots of good luck his way for sure.

benspeeds - Unregistered

June 25, 2012 2:40 PM

usa for the win on this one.. take us back to the top ben! I want to see some new liveries for the bikes too at least some new helmets or something!! It's gone too far in the season without a changeup like that.

Nick636

June 25, 2012 2:41 PM

Seriously, if you guys have such a problem with him, stop posting on the boards about him! I'm a Casey fan, but I think Ben is really good. He's had a shocking start to this yer, and he HAS to turn it around, but do you people have sweet F*ckall else to do but put guys down?

Jim Clausen

June 25, 2012 3:05 PM
Last Edited 916 days ago

Obviously, something is not right with Ben this season. His performance in AMA Superbike and WSBK was spectacular, to say the least. Where, oh where have you gone, Ben?

As for the detractors of U.S. GP riders, need I mention Roberts Sr., Roberts Jr., Lawson, Spencer, Rainey, Schwantz, Hayden? American riders have won more MotoGP/500cc World Championships in the last 34 years than riders from any other country, with 15 titles since 1978.

calsgot bigcurlys - Unregistered

June 25, 2012 3:08 PM

i aint puttin him down,i think more guys on here were sticking the boot into toseland and crutchlow than into spies,but lets be honest he fluked the win last year in holland,with about the top 4 guys having issues,that likely wont happen this year tho, and i am STATING THIS LOUD AND CLEAR, crutchlow will beat him at assen. CMON CAL can his butt,yet again,again, again again,and take over that yam. less of the cheap comments shamarone,they are not needed

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