MotoGP » Nicky Hayden: Ducati need something big


'We found a couple little things over the course of the test... but I think we need something big' - Nicky Hayden

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saint - Unregistered

February 08, 2013 4:52 PM

Vale this and Vale that...
Instead of spending 40 millon dollars on Rossi, Ducati should have built a narrow angle V4 (like Honda and the rest of them did) to give them more options for weight transfer. The aluminum spare frame alone isn't going to do it. Hopefully the boys at Audi see the light and spend some money on real development.

leananglesensor - Unregistered

February 08, 2013 6:44 PM

give up hayden fans,hevent you noticed your boy is not a serial winner in moto g.p? hes won 4 races while riding for the mightiest team in the paddock, hes right where he deserves to be.

Realist

February 08, 2013 7:17 PM

makes me sick, to see how competitive vale is while Nicky is suffering on this piece of garbage. All these people saying Nicky can't ride. He WAS BEATING VALE last year. How do they keep getting it so wrong, nothing new as far as major changes? WTF?

Posted by nyvandal - Unregistered (2 hours 52 minutes ago)


Nicky wasn't beating anybody!

Dave - Unregistered

February 08, 2013 10:32 PM

2010 Sepang Test
1. Valentino Rossi, Fiat Yamaha 2'00.271
2. Casey Stoner, Ducati Marlboro 2'00.512
3. Nicky Hayden, Ducati Marlboro 2'00.703
It has changed a lot since 2010 though hasn't it? Just in the wrong direction.
Posted by Painless (11 hours ago)


Tyres, Weight and Engines have changed since 2010.
Posted by an4rew (8 hours ago)

@factoid, as seen above, the ducati was already crap because a "talent less fraud" placed the yam ahead of the "winning bike" ridden by a master of physics????

Another clue would be that the master never raised a sweat in 07 on the way to 10 wins and the WC, while looking all at sea the first 13 rounds of 10, crashing, changing forks & swingarms more than his jocks to eventually snare 3 wins and a fall on warm-up lap.

Another clue would be rossi took that bike and was immediately 2 secs off pace which 2 years later is still the case. Rossi and his team steamed the degradation at worst.

Ou Gee - Unregistered

February 09, 2013 1:14 AM

Now where are all the neigh sayers when the
Dr was battling with the Duke .....his back to almost best on the M1 ...even if CS went bac to GP racing with the Duke even he cld not do any better , this bike is such a pig , thats why Stoner left them in 2011 he cld c this bike was becoming a donkey , Dovi must be eating humbled pie now , mayb wen new parts arrive things will change n improve , Nicky beat JL on the Duke at Aragon , so we knw wat Hayden can do on a gud Ducati !

mee - Unregistered

February 09, 2013 7:02 AM

@jimmy
call baylis?

bayliss don't have time with this crap bike. anyway his and checa got a big problem with panigale, they can't even pass old bike BMW S1000rr.
It's the end of ducati in the motogp and wsbk.

r - Unregistered

February 09, 2013 8:33 AM

@NH69
Dont say nothing mate. The bike never is wrong.
They didnt listen to Vale for two years.
Just do better than your team mate.
And keep looking for other options.

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