MotoGP » Hayden 'motivated', pleased with progress

'The test team is doing a good job with us, and I achieved my goal for this test, which was to be inside a second from the leader' - Nicky Hayden

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jvp114 - Unregistered

March 26, 2013 1:41 PM

I really hope Ducati re-sign Nicky for another 1-2 year contract. He is still just as capable. He's such a class act, a former World Champion, and he pushes the bike to the limit. I honestly believe that Nicky can win on either a Yamaha or a Honda.

James Warren

March 27, 2013 11:35 AM

Such a good rider and always open and honest when it comes to interviews he deserves some good results. He's stuck with the Ducati for so long that I hope all the new developments on the bike get him to where he wants to be in the next few seasons.

Need to see him on the podium again!

leananlesensor - Unregistered

March 30, 2013 8:19 PM

be happy while you can is my motto, when it comes racetime it will be the same old story ,poor old nicky hayden, as weve all heard commentator gavin emmet say countless times ,either because hes getting bullied& punted off track by the other riders or because he is well known forgoing backwards as the race progresses!

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