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


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"since when are we running olympic foot races...? how does one fight harder with undermined suspension settings...? yamaha supplies the kit, motogp's not "BYOB" Or, things losers say. Sorry, I grew up in a racing family so I don't understand what you're saying. I don't know how to not give everything you've got. If you can't man up and fight harder, go home. That's what I was taught. You lead, you don't follow, that's what racers do. And by lead I don't just mean on the track. Yamaha lost confidence in Spies not because of suspension failures, they lost it because of his lack of effort on and off the track. He came into the season unprepared to race, had some bad luck and said screw it I'm done.



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