MotoGP » Ben Spies hunting first US GP podium

"It's been a pretty rough season so far but we'll see if we can turn it round here" - Ben Spies.

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Wacko - Unregistered

July 24, 2012 4:54 PM


After the season of setbacks Dorna is having I am sure they would do a lot to get Suzuki back on the Grid ASAP. And by Setbacks I mean the CRT Fiasco, the loss of a few superstars, race tracks, Teams, sponsors etc. Add in the flourishing WSBK series and you see a patient on life support.

Biteme - Unregistered

July 24, 2012 5:52 PM

i dont think Ben will be leaving Motogp.If Ben Nicky & Colin are gone there would be no point of having 3 races in the US.Hes definatley not going back to AMA & why would he go back to WSBK it makes no sense. Im sure Dorna would back him to to stay in Motogp. I personally beleive he still has a lot to offer in the top tier racing, I know this year has been cr*p for him but he way better than Dovi & Cal. Good Luck Ben.


July 27, 2012 3:25 AM

@ nealio

To be fair and objective regarding the criticism, MotoGP is an international series - started in Europe - and dominated by Europeans. American riders (the few that exist or existed) are basically the whipped cream and cherry on the proverbial european sundae.

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