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You vote Nicky Hayden 9th in Crash.net's MotoGP Rider of the Year poll

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Md Zane

December 23, 2011 6:36 PM

The last Honda champ before Stoner,always gets the 5hitty end of the stick and has been handed it with both hands this year.Last year he had managed to get his head round a bike that only Stoner could ride to this year when he's had all sorts of rejects threw at him.

Good rider always liked him and think he'd be further up the list with a better bike.

8=> - Unregistered

December 24, 2011 6:12 AM

There's something not quite right when a former WC is playing second banana in a team. Hayden should try to get a ride somewhere else and a bike developed around him instead of getting hand-me-downs. Can't really see the point staying where he is now unless it is purely about money. If that is the case, then he won't win diddly squirt because the fastest guys only want to win and the money, in the most part, is incidental.

chasmunch

December 29, 2011 4:21 PM

...about right, one tic better than Rossi, this season! and a better performance than a handful of riders...kinda mid pack, which is where he ends up race after race after race.

...the accompanying NH photo says alot about what he's had to contend w/ to arrive mid pack by race's end...a handful!

...for the sake of entertainment I hope he and Rossi have machines that allow them to remain up front for a whole race...we'll see, but I'm doubting there will be some big leap forward...maybe the extra ponies will level the field?!

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