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of a race. Spies learns very fast as we all have seen and because of the new R1, whatever little bit of track knowledge he lacks after free practices at tracks he's never raced at could be made up by having a little more tire life than everyone towards the end of the races and "if" he starts from pole often and stays out of trouble during races, he's gonna be a serious contender for the title this year. You can have all the power in the world on a bike but, if it eats tires up halfway through a race and you have a VERY fast rider on your tail with a strong bike and more available tire grip, you're gonna have your hands full. Like I said, looks like Yamaha got it right this year. Go Spies!