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May 16, 2012 2:12 AM
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MotoGP » Meregalli 'sure' Spies will be up front in France

@ woow So all Spies needs is abnormal track conditions and everything is okay. Cute. :) I was a Spies supporter... until it became painfully obvious that he was either at his natural limit or that he refuses to adapt, but I am thinking it's more of the latter, and I find it extremely disappointing. I honestly don't care about his 'elbowz' riding style, I just wanted him to make the Superbike - Grand Prix prototype transition like great American champions have done in the past. @RocketR1 Um, Tom Houseworth has been with Ben since AMA! All his four superbike championships have been with Tom, so how is it that you're blaming the crew chief? Is Ben such a bad rider that he needs these lame excuses?


May 15, 2012 8:40 PM

MotoGP » Meregalli 'sure' Spies will be up front in France

BWAHAHAHAHA so you come out of your shell and expose yourself! everything makes sense now :) Lorenzo was by far the fastest Yamaha rider in most races, the only two races Spies was better were at Assen and Indy! your PROBLEM is that you can't see that Valencia was a strange race in that there was sprinkles of rain throughout the entire distance, why do you think lap times were 3 seconds slower than in qualifying?? and remember than Lorenzo was not racing either, so how can you compare? Look back to Qatar, Jerez, Estoril, Le Mans, Mugello, Sachsenring, Laguna Seca, Misano, Aragon... all of those nine races he was miles behind Lorenzo, even when he finished fourth at times, the gap was enormous. Yamaha have high standards, Spies is not reaching up to those standards. This year he is even worse. Something is fundamentally wrong with Ben's riding style. Ben needs tuck his elbows in and get serious.

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