MotoGP » Nicky Hayden gets MotoGP test time at Mugello

Nicky Hayden to join the Ducati Test Team at Mugello this week.

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FZ1 - Unregistered

April 17, 2012 2:15 PM

The powers that be should allow ALL riders to test if they lose a day (or 2 days) because of weather, not just for injury. These testing rules are a joke.

Be real! - Unregistered

April 17, 2012 2:18 PM

Despite being the best rider ducati currently have, but classified as the second rider in
Factory ducati squad, Hayden is showing more commitment to getting things working than being anywhere else or placing emphasis on irrelevant media and sports!

fadil - Unregistered

April 17, 2012 2:20 PM

its more understandable to give a rider time back if he was absent cos of injury, the weaather isnt much of a problem as you can still do some miles on the wet track, which is a good idea lol

HJC - Unregistered

April 17, 2012 2:45 PM

Are Ducati giving the lead role to Hyaden now? I surely hope so. That way we might see improvements instead of them going backwards with Rossi's lead. Hey well it certainly cant get any worse can it!

Hayden deserves full credit for his committment and dedication to his team and employers. He deserves the number one spot in the team cos at the moment he is the best rider that Ducati have.

Hopefully this is what Ducati are now doing! Listen to Hayden and the bike WILL improve! Continue to listen to the chosen one and it will continue to go further down the pan and only get deeper and deeper.


April 17, 2012 2:58 PM

This is good for Nicky but I do tend to agree, they probably have feedback from Rossi and they'll use the test rider and Nicky to analyze the parts. As much as I hate the idea of my favorite rider being #2 (especially having a MotoGP Title), I feel that Ducati seems to put far more effort into Valentino. Not just for being Italian, but for how huge his salary is. They didn't listen to Stoner, I doubt they'll do much for Nicky but I do believe they'll throw everything Rossi's way.

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