MotoGP » Nicky Hayden chats about MotoGP 2011


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the kenlucky kid - Unregistered

May 10, 2011 11:55 PM

"Hayden is the luckiest guy in GP. The most factory rides with the least amount of wins and podiums.
Sick.

Only because he's American and young looking."
Posted by barf

Hayden aint THE Kenlucky Kid for nuttn

Bennish - Unregistered

May 10, 2011 5:49 AM

I like Hayden...but that said I doubt this guys ability...to really make a difference...comon atleast win one race is long due(after 2006)..secondly someone here was saying Rossi screwd up Hayden chances of winning by destroying the ducati....my god ...in valencia with same bike he with no chnages he was no where in the scene....marketing strategy this is...american..young...ex-world champion..endoreses a few gud watches too:)gud PR guy

gms1000 - Unregistered

May 10, 2011 1:04 AM

You guys are not race fans. Every motogp rider has talent! Why bother watching, if you can't appreciate that?

@ fred, so i guess you would just want to watch a 4 bike race, lorenzo, pedrosa, stoner and rossi.

Fake fans s##k!

gump1376 - Unregistered

May 10, 2011 12:54 AM

When's the last time a satallite rider got on the pole? I remember Stoner when he rode for LCR in LCR's first year (2006) in the big league.

Posted by FRED - Unregistered (3 hours ago)

Last year by Ben Spies on the Tech3 yamaha. Indy if I remember correctly.

barf - Unregistered

May 09, 2011 11:17 PM

Hayden is the luckiest guy in GP. The most factory rides with the least amount of wins and podiums.
Sick.

Only because he's American and young looking.

Too bad he can't ride at all.

FRED - Unregistered

May 09, 2011 9:41 PM

Anybody on a factory bike and can't get on the podium more than once or twice a year should hang it up and GO AWAY. Far away.

And I'll be darn if I know why anybody wants a bigger field of riders. What? More backmarkers to stretch the field out? They sure are not going to WIN much less get on a podium.

When's the last time a satallite rider got on the pole? I remember Stoner when he rode for LCR in LCR's first year (2006) in the big league.

Talking modern MOTOGP not waaay back in 1951 etc.

Same with WSBK. Full of nothing but backmarkers to fill up the grid.

Mikiex - Unregistered

May 09, 2011 5:57 PM

Stratton any guy that gets on the podium even once a year even has proven their worth and considering he has won a world championship I think he more than deserves to be there.

Stratton - Unregistered

May 09, 2011 5:08 PM

Hayden has had 3 wins to date giving an average of 1.9 percent per race while Rossi has 105 & 43 percent (total gp career I could do just MGP to make it look worse for farmboy). Hayden 28 podiums averaging 20.5 per cent, Rossi 174 & 71.75 percent. Poles are 5 for Hayden an average of 3.68 percent and Rossi 59 for an average of 24.2 percent. Fastest laps work out at 6 for Hayden a 4.45 percent average and Rossi 86 with an average of 35.5 percent. Average points cored per race are Hayden 2.07 and Rossi 17.58. Now please stop making out how wonderful Hayden is when he is nothing of the sort time he went to WSB or anywhere else to make way for a real racer rather than being another rider making up the numbers

Kimber - Unregistered

May 09, 2011 4:56 PM

@ Chasmunch while both know what to do at the front only one of them regularly does get to the front while the other is an habitual mid field runner with a lack of fight who when passed once in a blue moon fights back then gives up and slips further back but generally gets passed and stays passed.

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