MotoGP » Set-up tweaks fail to pay dividends for Spies

'This morning was a bit frustrating, we went out to try a couple of things that didn't work, the bike wasn't that bad we just made it a bit too slow' - Ben Spies

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lennyzrx - Unregistered

July 06, 2012 7:37 PM

some off my fellow Yank's will understand when they get older, at least I hope?


think hard........real hard!


July 06, 2012 7:42 PM
Last Edited 1398 days ago

Spies bashing continues are you jealous of him or something.

As for the session it was a difficult one but I have belief Ben will turn it around come race day Sachensring happens to be one of his favouritre tracks.


July 06, 2012 7:49 PM

Ben really needs to start getting some results.This cant go on.The frustration must be agonising for both Ben and his team.As Julian Ryder said at Assen last week,if i was the boss at Yamaha,i would be looking at the man who has put a satellite bike on the podium twice this season.


July 06, 2012 7:56 PM

re: "A competitive bike being wasted is bad for the sport"

ok, but why wasn't the lack of competitiveness of the #2 yamaha an issue for all the years edwards was on it...? he was #2 for the big money days of gauloises, camel, and fiat sponsorships. could it be jorge doesn't cast nearly as big a shadow as rossi...?

lennyzrx - Unregistered

July 06, 2012 8:02 PM

shamarone........ you still don't understand politics and other gp tid bits!

Colin was the Michelin man.....who do you think is the test pilot on teams.

Nick nowadays....for Duc..... Val has always liked nick and colin....wonder why?

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