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clearly, since Ducati lost their brief tyre advantage it has been a progressive downhill. Nevertheless, those that think Hayden could do better with the Zuki are dreaming- really. At best - Hayden could do marginally better - it is not that he would be setting the GP world on fire with a different bike. But perhaps a zuki ride would appease Hayden fans and Hayden's doggedness of being ONLY a full Factory rider - accepting nothing less.
In any case, Hayden has been playing the "aw, shucks" guy for a number of years - quietly making excuses that keeps his fan base in the US happy and insure that he keeps his job as a factory rider. Although it would be interesting to see if Hayden would actually move to Suzuki IF they venture back into GP.