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Hayden bros. interview - Part 2

Yeah, no doubt. Forty bikes going into the first turn there. It's super-exciting. Nicky and Roger, we sure appreciate you guys taking the time. Nick, enjoy your couple of weeks off here, and we look forward to seeing both of you at the end of August in Indianapolis.

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Nicky's sister - Unregistered

August 03, 2010 7:51 AM

Hahahaha - come back when Ben has actually won a race, or better yet a championship. Nicky is still the undisputed best US rider since Schwantz/Rainey. You fanboys make a big deal about Ben vs Mladin - well Nicky kicked Mladin's @ass when he was just a baby, didn't waste time in the second rate WSBK series, and went on to win races and a championship in MotoGP. Nobody can seriously compare Ben's limp record to Nicky's.

trev46 - Unregistered

August 04, 2010 8:23 AM

"Did Nicky not have the same opportunity to podium as well?" He did, and if he hadn't made a slight mistake in the last laps to let Ben past then he might have finished 3rd. Of course all the credit was given to Ben for pressuring Nicky into a mistake. But at Laguna where it was Ben making the mistake and Nicky finishing ahead we just hear excuses from Ben's fans and the mysterious visor problem. Spies gave it everything at Laguna and came up short. Ben's a good rider but to say he is a better rider than Nicky at this point based on a single podium at Silverstone is pure hype and conjecture. Nicky has the points on the board.

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