MotoGP » Hayden: Mutual comprehension key to 2010 progress

In an exclusive pre-Jerez interview, Nicky Hayden tells Radio how improved communication and a better mutual understanding with his Ducati Marlboro Team have enabled him to come out of the blocks fighting in MotoGP 2010...

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April 28, 2010 4:07 PM

I really hope he can maintain the current momentum he's shown scince Indy last year.No reason he should'nt and we all know how consistent he is. Neither crash prone(except when someone torpedoes him),nor injury prone.
He said it...he's got to get on the pace early and consistently be on the first two rows of the grid.
Good on ya. :)

Yamaha-M1 Fan. - Unregistered

April 28, 2010 6:01 PM

Hard working rider never says a bad thing about it Nicky just gets on with it at the end it brings him good success I am not his biggest fan but I hope #69 has a good season after the dissapointment of last yeat getting knocked off by other riders which weren't his fault.

I hope he teaches them girls at Honda a lesson in respect.

roadking03 - Unregistered

April 28, 2010 6:24 PM

Would love to see The Kentucky Kid,back in race form.He has always been a hard ass worker to try and get it right!!!So Good Luck to you Nicky.....Stay up front and be another alien!!!!Racing needs another one!! :)


April 28, 2010 7:53 PM

This will be a big test for both Nicky and his team, to see how well they can work together to establish a base setup for race day. The end of last year saw some good improvements with high qualifying and good starts - despite being taken out by other riders. The top 5 finish at the opener was a good start, but he's got to take that momentum and keep it going. I hope that he can do this.

Very straightforward interview, and surprisingly candid.

HondasAreJunk - Unregistered

April 28, 2010 9:26 PM


I opened a bottle of champagne with my girlfriend when you properly finished in front of the Puig/Pedrosa team. :)

Keep up the legendary hardworking ethical personality that has won you the respect even from the most arrogant haters in all forums.

Good luck to you and I hope you get some wins on the ducati soon.

Yamaha-M1 Fan also known as Uccio,
don't let Valentino hear you talk like that about Nicky or you'll be back to the village quicker than you can say "were did you hide the Salami?"

We all know you had an affair with the Ivory Tinkling Toseland but his gone now & vale will only forgive you that one time. Otherwise its Caio Uccio.

BTW go Nicky

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