Third pill of the season. After the retirement of Casey Stoner and the renewal of Jorge Lorenzo by Yamaha, we get the news that Ben Spies will not continue with Yamaha when his contract ends at the end of this season.
It all came from a tweet that the American pilot published on July 22 in his account. From there, the stir that was created was maximum and everyone began to edit their films. The specific tweet was the following:
That he came to say something like that next year will be something different and that he is excited about the prospects urging us to stay tuned.
A day later, I would send an email in which confirmed his retirement from MotoGP with Yamaha for next year although for now and until the conditions are closed with Yamaha and its sponsors, he will not explain the reasons that led him to make this decision.
We do not know if he will continue to be linked to the MotoGP World Championship Or on the contrary, he will look for a place for next year in Superbikes, the championship that saw him shine in 2009 or even race again in the United States.
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