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

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Hi Separate That is true Spies and Rossi is not comparable Spies is a Hayden or Colin. Uncle Sam Good Point, we can't judge a rider from his last 2 years performance but what they will do, if Rossi win a couple of times next year he still got it, if Spies put the Ducati on Podium a couple of times he still got it, he is a proven good rider, and so is Rossi:) Sepatrate If going by your reasoning why Spies lost his seat Why would anyone hire Rossi?? a couple of seasons on a bike you do not like is not what you are, although everyone expected much more of the 'Doctor' and a little more of Spies.:) "When Rossi loses a championship through injury it is pure fact.:) "When another rider loses a championship through injury it is an excuse!" great comment:) Cheers Claes

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