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


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And who is responsible for set up Professor? The rider and the feedback he gives is the most important thing in getting set-up right. And don't tell me the crew weren't listening to what Spies told them. If Spies was unable to get them to do what he asked for in set-up, then he, Spies, failed. Go home. Your talent combined with your force of will determines where you go in racing. Seriously, since when did mediocrity become the acceptable in motogp? Pathetic.



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