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Still banging on are we? Firstly just because you keep repeating that Spies has bad habits, doesn't make it a fact. It is your opinion. Secondly, Dovizioso and Sic each had nearly a decade of experience, at every venue prior to joining the MotoGP grid, and that experience is a huge advantage over what Spies had upon joining the grid. In regards to your Dovi comment, common sense would dictate that a rider with multiple years experience in MotoGP and on a factory mount, would be at a higher level than that of a green rookie with virtually no experience, who is on a satellite mount or in his first year on the factory mount. But if you look at it from a non-biased perspective, which will not be easy for you to do, Spies was able to out perform Dovi and Sic both, when compared to their first two seasons, where they spent a year each on a satellite bike and a factory mount. Points don't lie, and that is the story they tell unequivocally.