MotoGP » Nicky Hayden out of Indianapolis MotoGP


"The results of the CAT were negative, and the American should be discharged this evening or tomorrow morning, but in any case he won't take part in the Grand Prix."

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Vilas

August 18, 2012 10:57 PM

Its a big pity!! I didnt whant this for him, honestly i really feel he was trying very hard to let the fans happy at home.. But they need to understand that when they trying to make more then the bike can do they are risking a lot, where is the reward on this effort?? knowing that iven if he get one good place on grid he will be pass for most of the riders on race day because of the bike that dont have the pace!! Now with this where is the reward missing is home Gp, this is the worst scenario possible.. Hope he recover well and fast..

Suzuki - Unregistered

August 18, 2012 11:11 PM

@Vias
Good point and that's where Rossi didn't want to end up...I hope things are not to serious with Hayden but the fact is if the bike cant be ridden hard, the mobile clinic is the result...good move for Rossi. Why take the risk

True - Unregistered

August 18, 2012 11:26 PM

The true is that him 2007 Ducati had the special bridgstone that fix the front end feelings problems of the Ducati!! After that we wach many acidents from Casey that could end up badly.. For that we just need to loke to the acident of wayne rainey , that was nothingh special and end up like that.. You guys can be shure that if Rossi was trying until the point that he would had more chances of Crash, people would laught iven more is posicion on Standings would be iven wrost, the media would be more cruel and Sponsors woulth think twice, on that scenario people could really say Rossi is over. But NO.. Rossi make is worck like a professional and he need to keep his mind insted of go to Clinical centers that could really end is carear earlier.. True motorcycles Fans know what is important him Motogp

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