MotoGP » Ben Spies: The moment I decided to leave Yamaha

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simple as, Casey Stoner left because the integrity of the sport belongs in a toilet, Spies never had a chance because Yamaha are more interested in propping up Jorge, and Dovi never would have gotten a factory seat even if he won the world title (Jorge/Jarvis). Dani looks very good to take the world title next year assuming Bridgestone dont try to change it up again, and Honda+Repsol give him 50% or better support in the garage/engineering. Ben should have gone to WSBK, but maybe Ducati will get more friendlier tires next, I am going on record and saying that wont happen, and Ducati will pull out of MotoGP probably right before it goes down the tubes. Yamaha and Bridgestone are too comfortable, and Honda's bike is too strong. Honda & Ducati need to protest Bridgestone's monopoly, because its costing Honda & Ducati MILLIONS & MILLIONS of dollars, and MotoGP is not cutting costs, only directing the spectacle, Making sure there is at least two brands with a shot.

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