MotoGP » Hayden: Home fifth as hard as a win.

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Being a Rossi fan I was never a supporter of Hayden for obvious reasons but have developed serious respect for the guy over the past few years. The professionalism he showed throughout his problems with the little jockey bloke was impressive, top bloke but lets be honest here, he is a world class rider no doubt but the change to 800cc and other chassis may now have highlighted his inability to adapt his riding style and that marks him out as a potential multi WSBK winner rather than a great prototype champ I don't see this as knocking Hayden(was so happy to see him claim 5th at LS) just being realistic.

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