I make no excuses for this video. Yamaha have been on the sauce again. It's worth watching though, especially to hear what Toseland has to say about Donington and see Valentino stroking a cat at the end. Weird? Very.
YAMAHA and Ben Spies have signed a one-year extension to the current rider agreement that will see the American stay with the factory outfit in 2012.Spies took third position at the Catalunya race after a slow-start to the season with the factory
Following a role reversal at Yamaha with Ben Spies heading to MotoGP and James Toseland taking the WSB seat, it was obvious there would be comparisons between the current and former World Superbike champions.The above graphs charts each riders
I clocked this shot on a website called LateBraker and wanted to share it with you. Quality pic of Ben Spies on a mission. Check out the commitment, and that heat haze. Awesome!
THE WORD in the MotoGP paddock is that the Fiat Yamaha squad wanted Ben Spies to fill Rossi's seat.Limited by the 'no rookies' rule, Yamaha were in discussion with Dorna to make an exception, however other MotoGP teams kicked up a fuss once
MotoGP is what Spies needs. He’s wanted it for the last year, only Suzuki (his career-long machine supplier) doesn’t really have much for him except distant promises. They promised him a test in Malaysia last year, and he overcame his notorious fear
The music has finally stopped regarding Ben Spies’ future and now it looks like the chairs in both WSB and MotoGP are filling up fast. The super-fast American has signed a two-year deal with Yamaha that will see him being fast tracked into Yamaha
FOLLOWING VISORDOWN'S exclusive scoop yesterday, Texan sensation Ben Spies will be confirmed today as a wildcard entry for the last race of the 2009 MotoGP season at Valencia.Spies, who is joining fellow countryman Colin Edwards at Tech 3 Yamaha
Ducati aims to capture R1200GS sales with the new EnduroCOMPLETE WITH piggy-back rear shock, funky-looking bodywork and upright front end, this is claimed to be the world's first picture of the all-new, 1098-powered Ducati Enduro Monster.Very little is known about the bike other ...
WE CAN’T STAND STILL“Everything’s going really good right now. We had a pretty rough first race at Phillip Island but we managed to bounce back to win the next three. We’ve just got to keep plugging away now because everyone else is going to catch up. I’m happy but we’ve got to k...
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