M. S.
October 2013
Australian Motorcycle News;10/31/2013, Vol. 63 Issue 9, p133
The article reports on the decision of motorcycle rider Ben Spies to retire by not joining the Motorcycle Grand Prix racing events. Spies has suffered a series of injuries and mechanical failures of his motorcycle. He mentioned his disappointment for failure to fulfill his personal goals with motorcycle maker Ducati which has been supportive of his career. Other highlights of Spies' career are provided.


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