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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Hope So - Unregistered

August 19, 2012 10:30 AM

It will be spectacular if audi are able to turn it all around and help develop a consistent, winning bike. I'll be very happy for Nicky if they manage it.

00o0o0o0o0o0 - Unregistered

August 19, 2012 12:31 PM


This indianapolis asphalt is the worst asphalt of the entire championship. They should not even race there and the pilots feel like they are racing in "rain conditions" when they are racing in a sunny day.

That's how bad it is. But you know, they want to give another round in USA no mather want, no mather is they risk the pilots to a huge injured... they don't even mather...

This track should be terminated, finished, eliminated from the championship. Many people knows that but they don't want to remove a GP from a big matket of USA.

chris - Unregistered

August 19, 2012 1:17 PM

The only thing Audi can do with this bike is to put 4 wheels on it! If you push and get thrown off you carn't ride it, if you ride it to the bikes limits and stay on your a pussy! Feel sorry for Haydan and Ducati. Your all knocking Rossi here, but at the moment for all the US Ducati people Rossi is your only rep here this weekend. And how much money has it cost to get Haydan and the rest to hospital?

kirk66 - Unregistered

August 19, 2012 1:36 PM

Sooooo, if that Texas track that Schwantz is involved in can get it's shiot together I would not miss Indy on the schedule at all. I love the track but it's pretty clear that it's not suitable for motorcycle racing with the different styles and compounds of the race surface.

coconutducati - Unregistered

August 19, 2012 1:45 PM

I am at Indy and was on the corner where he wrecked. He looked lifeless. Not fun to see.
He was pushing hard for a better spot.

Rossi not pushing so hard. Saw Rossi sliding around during practice in the same area. He played it safe. Good move for him I guess.

Bozo - Unregistered

August 19, 2012 2:26 PM

Looks like Nicky has more pressure on him because Rossi is leaving.

The pressure of being a no.1 rider, makes him tries too hard and take too much risk.

It shows that Rossi's decision IS a smart move.

Well done Rossi.

Get well Nicky, next time just let the Ducati flows..

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