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Well done Naka-sack, at last a stand-in rider who has shown they are decent. I don't get the criticism of Ukawa, he was one of the best 250cc riders of the late 90s and moved up to 500s with the likes of Rossi, Capirossi, Jacque, Nakano and Kato. In the first year of MotoGP he was best of the rest for most of the year, beat Rossi in a straight fight at Welkom (not many people managed that during that era) and only lost 2nd in the championship to Mad Max at the final round.
As for Spies, this result doesn't reflect well on him sadly does it. Given the Ducati woes that have been ongoing to 5 seasons now, I fear it's the end of his top-line MotoGP career. Personally I think he'd have been better off fighting to be top CRT than being on a Ducati.