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August 16, 2013 9:31 PM
As a Suzuki fan, I would in someways be happy if he would take on the Suzuki. I think Suzuki would gain a lot of the would sign Nicky. His work ethic to test the bike and overall experience . Not to mention his marketing value.
Marketing value for Suzuki ? Possibly... Nick will go about smiling saying they are makin progress... and when the results dont come, Merican fans will begin to bash suzuki - as they did with Honda and ducati. So as far as marketing it may work for the first year - maybe two, since Hayden is an excellent self-promoter but other than that..
Of course, I am wrong and Hayden's legendary work ethic (unlike the rest of the grid who sit around jerkyin off while drikin whisky) will do it !! Suzuki will be dying to hire Hayden in 2015 and maybe enter motogp in 2014 with such a fantastic test rider !! Gooo Hayden!