Ben Spies, Ten to Twelve Weeks of Recovery
Ben Spies, Ten to Twelve Weeks of Recovery

Ben spies He has undergone successful surgery for the injury that occurred to his shoulder after his fall at the Malaysian Grand Prix. The coracoclavicular ligament that had been torn has been reconstructed and the separation of the acromioclavicular joint has been reduced. Honestly, I don't understand anything either, although according to the doctors, everything has gone well and now the Texan will have to wait. 10 to 12 weeks to be fully recovered.

Due to this long recovery period, Ben Spies season has come to an end since after missing the Australian Grand Prix he will not be ready to line up in the Valencian Community Grand Prix either. The worst is surely you will not be able to take the tests the next day on the back of the Ducati Junior Team as a partner of Andrea Iannnone. After a disastrous season, Ben Spies ends up in the worst possible way, injured and unable to make a clean slate for 2013.

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For the moment, Yamaha does not know whether or not it will look for a replacement for the American ahead of the race at the Ricardo Tormo circuit. At least let's enjoy a couple of good pictures of Ben Spies on the Yamaha.

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