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UncleSam

July 10, 2012 3:00 PM
Last Edited 781 days ago

MotoGP » Frustration as Spies loses out to Dovi again


@TalentFan My post was more about this past weekend, rather than a reflection on the entire season. The fact remains that Spies secured his best career finish at Germany on what had been a bogey track for him. I did not see his result as a failure, but as a sign of progress. Spies is building up confidence and heading into some of his stronger venues, so hopefully he has turned a corner for the better. The Spies haters make up things weekly, like the poster who stated that no other Yamaha rider has experienced any tires issues this season, only Spies. I suppose they ignored the two statements made by Lorenzo this week alone. The fact is, that each and every rider on the grid has been critical of the tires this year, but because they have a slagging agenda, Spies alone is the one having issues. I am confused by Jarvis and believe that he is partly at fault for Spies slow start. It is clear by all the veiled threats to Spies seat made by Jarvis, that he believed he was motivating Ben.

UncleSam

July 10, 2012 2:47 AM

MotoGP » Frustration as Spies loses out to Dovi again


Coming to a store near you, just in time for the MotoGP silly season, The Ben Spies Signature Series Knicker De-twister! This product could not have been released at a more opportune time, as the twisted knicker situation worldwide appears to have grown to near epidemic proportions. Once available, Ben Spies will no longer be the cause of your twisted knickers, but instead the solution. So rally around Spies and make twisted knickers a thing of the past!

UncleSam

July 09, 2012 3:50 PM

MotoGP » Frustration as Spies loses out to Dovi again


All of these posts about Spies fans being blind fools, really? How about completely ignoring the fact that Spies just had his best finish at a track where he has only experienced limited success at previously? Who is being blind and whose comments are truly foolish? Cal was praised for conquering a "bogey" track all weekend long, so why is a personal best finish at a track where Spies finished 14th, two years ago, seen as a failure? It is not a failure and should not be viewed as such. The expectations set by the Spies haters are not only unfair, they are unrealistic and truly reflect the level of stupidity of Spies detractors. I suggest you people look in the mirror if you want to see the definition of a blind fool, as it will be defined by the reflection staring back at you.

UncleSam

July 08, 2012 8:29 PM

MotoGP » Frustration as Spies loses out to Dovi again


Congratulations to Ben on your best finish ever at this venue! No doubt your progress will be acknowledged with a fat and well deserved new contract very soon! I have come to enjoy reading the post race rants by the usual crash.net clowns, thank you all for making me laugh. Spies is not going anywhere and all your moaning will not change that! He will remain a fixture in GP for years to come, and no doubt continue to be a thorn in your sides. Enjoy the racing chaps, because really, it is all you can do. Your opinions expressed on this site have no impact on the real world and your wishes have the same likelihood of being granted by a mystical Genie from a bottle, so why do you even bother?

UncleSam

July 07, 2012 10:07 PM
Last Edited 784 days ago

MotoGP » Guesswork puts Spies on front row


@Homer Simpson Do'h! I guess you failed to recognize that you did not make any point whatsoever. I suppose you have consumed a few too many Duff beers today to notice. Nevertheless, a rider, riding on the limit and purely by the seat of their pants, is hardly guesswork. In fact, it used to be an ability that was long praised and valued in grand prix motorcycle racing, and was the mark of many of the sports most legendary riders. So please continue to post remarks, as your posts only lend even more credibility to mine.

UncleSam

July 07, 2012 6:25 PM

MotoGP » Guesswork puts Spies on front row


Guesswork? I think you could have used a more flattering word to describe how he secured second on the grid. At no point does Spies state that he guessed at anything, so why infer that he did? No doubt had it been Crutchlow in the same situation, the headline would have read, "A determined effort, by a blind Crutchlow, results in an impressive front row start". Shame on you for such poor journalism. Crash.net is quickly becoming the site for trolls, written by trolls!


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