MotoGP » Buoyant Hayden expecting a 'wild one'


Nicky Hayden qualifies fourth for the Italian Grand Prix, the American now looking to turn that into a strong result for Ducati on home soil.

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fastfisheye

July 15, 2012 7:17 AM

motofan, if you are really a fan of motorcycle racing why would you want Rossi to be without a ride in MotoGP? He has provided so much fun and excitement to the series over the years, nobody can deny that.

desmoquak, Pramac looks likely to disappear from MotoGP due to financial troubles, but it would be great to see Ducati continue with 4 bikes and top riders aboard.

some1 - Unregistered

July 15, 2012 7:33 AM

Expexted the tyre will last for everyone on the grid with this new special BS rubber. Also ecpected Hayden fight for podium since he had experiences racing for a top spot at Mugello. Yet he had to answer to anything being thrown at him on the final laps of the race.

Barbera also fierce at Mugello during his 250cc year and his Ducati a bit stable than both Marlboro's bikes. His Ducati should be capable to win a race. It's just 0.3s different from the Honda.

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