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No JT bike was not as fast or as good as Ben spies's bike was for sure.But Even if it was Ben would have still beaten JT, there will almost certainly be alot of stuff that when on in that garage that we will never know about, BUT JT lost faith in himself before the season started and never recovered. Maybe Tech 3 put all the effort and money in CE side after 4-5 races in but then again any team would when the results speak form themselves. BS positon was more a reflection of how much JT head is down as much as BS talent (Alhough fair play and a great first ride!!). I hope JT refinds the person in 08 who started GP he resembled Ben today!! :p

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