MotoGP » 'Backyard move' hands Hayden last lap third


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jack - Unregistered

September 19, 2010 5:35 PM

Where are all you Hayden haters at? Kenlucky Kid where you at? No one crashed in front of him to "gift" him this position. Maybe Jorge just "let" him get this as he was protecting his championship lead? Any other excuses out there for this other than his hard work? No?

p.s. He still has one more world championship than you do!

kirk66

September 19, 2010 5:39 PM

Glad Nick's moved kept in on the box. He used to used that move in the AMA on the 600s back in 1999. Bet Jorge damn near shiot when he had to let up on the momentum. Clever move be Nick. Maybe some of you haters won't dogpile so bad after a legit ride today.

Fook Yamaha - Unregistered

September 19, 2010 5:47 PM

lol well done! thought old man Haydos was never gonna put the move but he did!! and boy what a good move. LOL at jorge running to the back of the garage. I hope Casey and Hayden and whoever else can help out Dani. Anyone but Horhay please

Well done to both the Ducs

DC - Unregistered

September 19, 2010 6:06 PM

Absolutely brilliant last lap pass on Jorge.. Great stuff. I wish MotoGP had more of THIS kind of racing, and less of the 5+ second checkouts.

Yamaha-M1 - Unregistered

September 19, 2010 6:49 PM

After so much trying Nick gets a podium well done to him he deserved it after all his hard work he has done this season next season with Vale as his team-mate you will see more podiums for #69 obviously finishing behind the factory M1.

1050cc

September 19, 2010 8:10 PM

GREAT race today from Nicky. I'm a Rossi fan but have always loved Hayden's attitude (he thoroughly deserved his 2006 title, as hard as it was to swallow at the time). I really didn't think he'd try a move but he did, and in the process made Jorge really spit the dummy out in his BBC interview ("Nicky profited from my pace!)

Good luck for the rest of the season Nicky, but you owe us cleaning bills as a mate knocked his beer over on my new carpet when he jumped off the sofa on that last lap move :-)

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