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Further breaking down your previous assessment of Spies and his merely fortunate results, that were only due to his weight. How do you explain Indianapolis 2011? The track temperature was high, nearly entire field had problems with tire degradation, and yet Spies finished the race with tires that looked like new, as did Stoner. Would his weight have not pushed the tires into the pavement, more than that of the lighter riders, and therefor advance his tire degradation? It certainly worked against Marco Simoncelli, a larger rider, whose tires were worn to the point that he nearly finished dead last of those running at the conclusion. So please explain what divine intervention occurred in that situation? Once again, your tidy little theory does not quite fit, does it?