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RobG

October 14, 2011 2:12 AM

MotoGP » Hayden: You need guts here


@ lol Hayden hasent really done that much since he's been with Ducati, yet you all hope he does well, but wish rossi failure. Who on this topic do you believe wishes Rossi failure?? I re-read all posts on this article and can't find any evidence of anyone wishing him to fail. But I do find that there are some who disagree with well wishes for Hayden. This article is about Hayden, quotes him repeatedly, and only mentions Rossi twice, while also mentioning Sete Gibernau, Kenny Roberts Jr. & Colin Edwards.

RobG

October 13, 2011 2:19 PM

MotoGP » Hayden: You need guts here


@Penelope Pitstop Only now after a season of intense development is the bike showing signs of improvement and it has taken someone with the stature of Rossi to force the issue. I don't think even he expected it would take so long and cost so much money to do it. That is the problem with MotoGP, its too expensive 2 points If they are showing signs of improving from last year, it still is not enough. Certainly Aspar don't think so. If MotoGP is so expensive, then certainly there is a guy with 15 million who could fund his own team.

RobG

October 13, 2011 12:34 PM

MotoGP » Hayden: You need guts here


On the other hand, the signing of Rossi has failed to live up to expectations. Now Aspar are no longer going to run Ducati's in next years championship, and even Pramac are said not to have confirmed if they will run Ducati bikes next year. Why run a satellite Ducati if their factory bikes only finish mid-pack. Leaving Marlboro & Ducati to question their own committment to MotoGP.


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