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And Crutchlow suffered last season far worse than Spies has this year. He was given the time to improve and has, Spies will do the same. I think the mind games Jarvis was playing with Spies over the off season with his constant berating, backfired and created what you see today. A rider who ran beyond the limit early in the year, resulting in many crashes, a collapse of his confidence, and a huge point hole to try to dig his way out of. Any reasonable person can see that is not a good place to be, and it was unnecessary to heap on the pressure that he did. Jarvis, based upon his recent comments, knows that he made a mistake by acting as he did and Spies will not be lose his seat because of Jarvis' piss poor management style.