MotoGP » Hayden: Door not closed on Ducati Austin test

“At the moment it's 'no' but the door is not completely closed” - Nicky Hayden.

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February 08, 2013 4:56 PM

SO WHAT OUR THEY GOING TO TEST? use the money and start designing a new engine and frame. going to austin would not make any diff. they could go and ride a street bike and get the same info and times.

Simo58 - Unregistered

February 08, 2013 5:20 PM

I hate to say it but I dont really beleive that Ducati have a chance against Honda or Yamaha regardless of the Austin test.

I admire Nickys spirit, but are Ducati really going to spend all that money for the possibly finishing 6th instead of 9th?

Really hope they get these bikes sorted sooner rather than later.


February 08, 2013 5:30 PM

when big money VW flinch at spending $600k-$800k euro (a paltry sum for them), the door ain't just been closed, a double-acting deadbolt has been fitted. behold german fiscal prudence...! you now have your first taste of something that everybody seems to think doesn't exist.

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