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


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@Codger Thanks for the compliment, I will admit that at one time I was among the trolls though. I would impose my views on others, with little respect for their views. For those reasons Separated does not want to talk with me, as we have had our issues in the past, but today I try to be fair and I am open for discussion. You are very fair in your comments as well. I agree Spies will need to up his game, but the environment at Ducati already seems more positive and supportive than that which Yamaha provided. A point not raised by many in regards to Spies struggles last year is the overwhelming silence by Yamaha. I cannot believe that they would not rally behind Lorenzo if he had befallen the same situation as Spies. There would have been press releases, voices of support, parts modified, but Spies got nothing but negative reinforcement and silence. For me, not the type of environment that breeds success. I know Spies did not perform.....



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