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Something's wrong when I see Spies' engine blow and it does not surprise me any longer. I expect him to have a mechanical failure like I'd expect a 2 stroke on the Isle of Man in the 1960s to have one. It's amazing just how mum he's been through all of this when I'm sure he can't wait to spill the beans. Because his leaving causing a spot to open up followed by Rossi very soon after moving back to Yamaha just seems a bit too cookie cutter perfect for Rossi to not have a load of crap steaming behind the scenes. Ben, take a page from your compatriot, King Kenny, and tell a factory where they can stick it.



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