MotoGP » Hayden: Nowhere to put in a clean pass


“There was really nowhere to put in a clean pass without making it touchy” - Nicky Hayden.


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BrianC

August 27, 2013 1:18 AM

If you put Hayden on a factory based Honda, he'd be sitting somewhere in the top 5. I don't think he has enough to push Marquez, but I've seen him push and pass the two other Spaniards. Let's face it, once Ducati became NOT the sole user of electronic valves, that was their death sentence. I remember they used to walk away from conventional valve-based bikes (all the rest). Not anymore. Ducati is done in GP as far as I am concerned. Would rather see Suzuki and Kawasaki back in MotoGP.

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