MotoGP » de Angelis to replace Ben Spies at US MotoGP


Alex de Angelis to take over the Pramac Ducati of Ben Spies for Laguna Seca MotoGP round - Spies not expected back until Indianapolis.

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V4Poweeeer

July 01, 2013 11:10 AM

This could be interesting somebody on the bike with not much to lose but alot to gain hopefull he can put in a great ride.
At the moment anything extra Ducati does to any of their bikes hopefully will yeild progress and Pirro missing out on lab bike testing wouldnt be beneficial for Ducatis efforts.

TheBiscuit

July 01, 2013 12:19 PM

i just wonder whats really happened.... is it a loss of bottle? no offence meant, im not brave enough or good enough to race professionally...

but ama excellence to wsbk excellence to gp reasonable results to what looks like just giving up.. its almost like the fear. anyway, id like to see him back and having podiums but i cant see it

Stuey99

July 01, 2013 12:31 PM

You see Lorenzo's attitude and then you see Spies'. I KNOW they're not the same injury but I think there's a huge difference in attitude too.

As soon as Spies found himself struggling to get into final qualifying he was looking for an excuse. I'm sure if Hayden or Dozi were winning races he'd be back by now.

gorgeousgeorge

July 01, 2013 12:51 PM

That race is 3 weeks away and already spies is writing himself off?! I mean he finished 9th in Qatar like 3 months ago how bad can it still be?! Oh that's right he re injured it at cota.. I was expecting him to be back by Laguna but now I wouldn't be surprised if he misses the whole season

paisan

July 01, 2013 12:57 PM

seems like his head not his shoulder . .last year was supposed to be his breakout year second year on factory ride instead was his flake out year . .shame even Jorge called him one of the best riders in GP

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