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Matthew Birt  says:

Ben Spies: “I thought about pulling in”

Six months after badly injuring his right shoulder in a Malaysian Grand Prix crash, Ben Spies gritted his teeth to get through a gruelling Ducati debut inside the top 10 in Qatar last night. Tenth is nothing to write home about but given the lack of strength Spies is still suffering in the slowly recovering shoulder, he said his Losail International...

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Jan 09

Posts: 960

RawDawg says:


I've never seen a manager riding pillion during a race. Whoever his manager is has fuck all to do with what happens when the lights go out - that's up to the rider. Managers, wives, moms, dads, brothers, sisters, cousins, and the lot have always been in the paddock. I don't want to hear any dumb shit like Ben's mom as his manager is having an "affect" on him - nonsense and I'm not even gonna let the excuse fly. He needs to first get healthy and get down to business - point blank. If his mind is fucked than he needs to unfuck it because he's the one riding the bike and cashing the checks.

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Nov 11

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Dice350 says:

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