MotoGP » Ducati hoping to keep Hayden 'in the family'


“We are trying to see if Nicky can stay with us in a different role, maybe in MotoGP or maybe in Superbikes”

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DrWho

July 26, 2013 3:50 PM

Nicky should be rewarded with at least a factory bike in MotoGP. All those efforts all those years and never complaining about the bike always pushing harder to get a decent result and never show any regret signing with them. Ducati turn that p.o.s into a winning bike this has taken too long, listen to the riders and give what they ask if not resign and stay out of MotoGP until you have sorted the stuff out. You are a disgrace for treating riders like the bike is!

sham

July 26, 2013 3:59 PM

ducati should not get riders to sign and the leading riiders shuld not sign no they can afford it to do with small tym riders - coz if they dont spend wisely no point in retaining them in motogp -

Don-R

July 26, 2013 4:16 PM

Even though the new rules allow Ducati to run 4 full factory bikes from next year, I think the MotoGP option for NH would only be for him to to ride the new Ducati production racer.

Personally I'd prefer to see him on a factory Aprilia or Kawasaki in WSBK - both realistic possibilities at this point.

golfnut04

July 26, 2013 5:03 PM

I bet Ducati received bad publicity at Laguna from everyone, and now they are just trying to put the pin back after the grenade has exploded, still im a Ducati fan but im utterly disappointed at them , instead of them sending riders for mental assessments, they should all go (Ducati management and engineering) on professional relations courses to learn how to treat people ,and real motorcycle engineering courses in Japan, perhaps Mr Furosawa can beat sense into them.

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