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My post was more about this past weekend, rather than a reflection on the entire season. The fact remains that Spies secured his best career finish at Germany on what had been a bogey track for him. I did not see his result as a failure, but as a sign of progress. Spies is building up confidence and heading into some of his stronger venues, so hopefully he has turned a corner for the better. The Spies haters make up things weekly, like the poster who stated that no other Yamaha rider has experienced any tires issues this season, only Spies. I suppose they ignored the two statements made by Lorenzo this week alone. The fact is, that each and every rider on the grid has been critical of the tires this year, but because they have a slagging agenda, Spies alone is the one having issues. I am confused by Jarvis and believe that he is partly at fault for Spies slow start. It is clear by all the veiled threats to Spies seat made by Jarvis, that he believed he was motivating Ben.