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Syke

July 27, 2013 3:26 AM

MotoGP » Ducati hoping to keep Hayden 'in the family'


kenllucky, Gee, if Honda had followed your advice and dumped him after the first contract due to your definition of under-performing (not winning right out of the box), they would have passed on the first guy who was able to stop the Rossi Express. Even after being sandbagged by his own team mate. Bottom line: There's 22 riders good enough for MotoGP.. In any given season, four, maybe five have the ability to win the season. Period. That means all the rest of the teams have to pick from the best 17-18 riders they can find. No, Nicky will never go down amongst the greatest. However, he's still got one world championship to his credit which, last I noticed, one of those incredibly hyped Spanish gods, who had the last generation bike built around him, has yet to win. And its very questionable if he'll do it this year.

Syke

July 27, 2013 2:33 AM

MotoGP » Ducati hoping to keep Hayden 'in the family'


I'd like to see Nicky stay on a Ducati - in AMA flat track. To those who aren't Americans or don't follow the sport, there's six different styles of flat track. And Nicky has won five of them before he went to AMA Superbike. There's something like only five riders in the history of flat track who's won all six. I'd love to see him join the ranks of the greatest. And yes, in the USA, Ducati's run flat track. They're pretty good at it.


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