MotoGP » Nicky Hayden: Options in MotoGP and Superbike


“I've not talked to Pramac Ducati, but I have been talking about the Production Honda, nothing too advanced though” – Nicky Hayden.

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Balance

August 16, 2013 1:10 PM

Grab the Honda or one Yamaha.. Your not tired of Ducati? leave that sht to others!! They are playing with you like a toy only whant you to improve there image at America.. If you whant to have Fun take the Honda and forget about Wsbk.. Motogp is the top racing..

Burnout

August 16, 2013 1:44 PM

I'm big Nicky fan since his arrival to moto gp and at first I really wanted him to stay in moto gp no matter what BUT now I would really like to see him on competitive bike in WSBK. He could do something really special by winning both champioships.... He would be first person to do something and that's always attractive...

golfnut04

August 16, 2013 4:11 PM

Ducati is just trying to save face due to their lack of judgement in releasing Hayden,and then trying to offer him a Pramac ride or a Panigale ride, and i bet thats how they make technical decisions also,, the damage is done Hayden should move on, im a Ducati fan but they just dont get it, I bet he could do better than Bautista on that Honda, or try the Yamaha chassis with Edwards, also hope American Honda can find a ride for him, Dorna wants Suzuki to commit to a few wild cards for next year , that will be nice to see if Suzuki can hire him for this.

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