MotoGP » 'Positive' pace from day two leader Hayden

“Considering the conditions, it's positive that we quickly come close to my best time from yesterday” – Nicky Hayden.

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March 24, 2012 7:23 PM

Good 'ol Nicky. Give him a few minutes of decent weather and decent track and he's certainly not going to waste it. Work ethic above all. I'm getting the funny feeling that this season is going to see him putting out better results on this bike than his team mate.

Brian - Unregistered

March 24, 2012 7:36 PM

It says it all about the gap in ability between Rossi and Hayden that last season was a catastrophe for rossi yet a good one for hayden.

Hayden will beat Rossi in practice and qualifying at the majority of races this year only to be left for dead in the races, just like last season.

ja - Unregistered

March 24, 2012 7:46 PM

positive result for nicky?
but the GP12 seems to have the same problems of the GP11/GP11.1 , yet the bike is totally different so no dout they have checked this over but who provides the front forks for the team ducati bikes as its front end feel maybe they need to look at getting some different forks in them bikes ?????????

Respect - Unregistered

March 24, 2012 8:03 PM

If Rossi was first y'all would say, it's just luck, in the dry he would suffer.

But when Hayden is first all of sudden the positiveness is there and the hopes are beyond good for Hayden.

Ducati is struggling and it amazes he how so many put anger towards someone whom you do not personally know whilst he and the crew works their asses of.

''Oh he's making excuses, oh this oh that'' Shame on everyone of you. I respect every rider for what they do, the amount of talent they posses and hard work they deliver to fix something is great and it needs to be respected.

Y'all keyboard warriors need to take some notes, its sad that people role like this today.

Buy yourself a Motogp Ducati from Ebay and see if anyone of you deliver the same pitiful messages that were aimed against the 9 times world champion, Valentino Rossi after they could handle on the streets let alone on the track.

eddy - Unregistered

March 24, 2012 8:21 PM

All this smalltalk about a nine times world champion... He'll get the ducati working like hell... Just wait and see.... Gathering data is key at this point... Rossi, hayden and all the crew will make the ducati a good bike for everyone to ride on...

markyb69 - Unregistered

March 24, 2012 8:24 PM

I'm no expert clearly, but surely its in Ducati's and Rossi's interests to get some late fast laps in? ANY track time is surely valuable? I like the way nicky consistently does the most laps, shame they'll be 10th/11th again tomorrow :S

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