MotoGP » Hayden feeling confident ahead of Qatar


A year on from a difficult race debut with Ducati in Qatar, Nicky Hayden looks to starts his second season in a more convincing way

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brooksy - Unregistered

April 08, 2010 11:57 AM

Are ya fair dinkum about Hayden winning a race ha, its time he went to wsbk, he runs that bike on bulldust and thats his problem, stop wonking off and get ya head down has been.

twonha

April 08, 2010 2:13 PM

He had a podium last season, I'm hoping he can get a few more this season. Hayden seems to be a lot more comfortable on the Ducati, and has put a bit of distance between himself and the privateer Ducati's.

It's going to be hard this year with so many guys fighting for positions 4-8 (Dovizioso, Hayden, Pedrosa, Spies, Edwards, Capirossi, de Puniet...), and while Nicky is indeed a former MotoGP champion, ALL these guys are former champions one way or another.

J LP - Unregistered

April 08, 2010 2:31 PM

WEll let's see what he does. this a make it or brake it year for him i don't think nobody else is going to keep on giving him opportunities well maybe Susuki when Capirosi retires, lol :?

Southerner

April 08, 2010 2:46 PM

Hayden has just got to find a way to qualify near front quick.He's great in the long haul.And I sincerely hope he gets that right this year and avoids being shafted by the 'yahoos' off the start line.It cost him big time towards the end of last season.Could easily have had 7th in the title hunt.
My suggestion would be 'drag race starts'...get away good, settle into the rhythm..pick them off one by one. I hope for a great qualifying run Mr Hayden.
That can and probably will turn the race on it's head,
coupled to a good start.All the best Nicky,long haul won 2006 and never forget it!!!!!

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