i think the first race he won't be in the front...after a few races he'll get used to actually having competition from more than one person then he'll dominate :biggrinmotomummy said:hell yah...rock it spies! I have wanted to see him give it a go w/ the gp guys for a while. Hopefully he will be able to hang in the front. Be damn interesting.
It seems like even with going to GP, a racer needs 2 shake down seasons to get used to the bike and learn the tracks...motomummy said:I think he'll be in the back of the lead pack fighting it out to be honest. I would love to see him make the change and go to motogp, but it would surely be different for him.
He'll def. have an edge on the U.S. tracks, can't wait to see it..:tonguemotomummy said:well if spies races the us tracks he s hould know the tracks semi-well, except the new one at indy. If he went gp fulltime it would take a while to learn the tracks, but these tracks in the states he might be able to compete on.