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hayden is a nice guy and all that, but seriously... he has had a good and well paid career, won a gp championship and after all these years is STILL in gp. no one can tell me he is still there because he is one of the best, he is there because he can bring in the coin for the manufacturers in america. if they offer him anything it will be a sat duc next year in gp, sbk in america isnt as big of a deal. no disrespect to the guy, he is an excellent racer but he is getting on and there are dozens of guys who could have his ride. but its all about the coin, the passport and the politics isnt it



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