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October 15, 2014 2:37 AM
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MotoGP » Hayden ‘gradually’ recovering wrist strength

FasterEddie69: Everyone knows Nicky is my guy but I will throw this out for Scott. He is bigger and weighs more. Nicky should beat him.
Marquez is bigger than Dani and beats him, Rossi is bigger than Lorenzo and is ahead of him. Using that theory, Pedrosa should be unbeatable, but is beaten on a regular basis by guys much larger than him
Just a thought but all four ride with different styles. Rossi charges on the brakes, Lorenzo rides the rails in the corners, Marquez lifts the rear on the brakes, kicks it sideways while the tire is in the air, squares it up while gasing it, and Danny does a little of all of them. Weight is any racers enemy. It wears out tires and cost horse power. Equal rider, equal bike, the lighter guy should win in most cases. I'm just sayin.


October 14, 2014 7:18 PM

MotoGP » Hayden ‘gradually’ recovering wrist strength

Nicky still has it. Everyone should remember that Dovi and Nicky were always together last year. I bet Ducati wished they had kept young Nick over Cal. (I like Cal as well people.) I would love to see him on a competitive bike again but that will probably not happen. Also remember he held the lap record at the island until last year! Go Nicky and be safe. I can't wait to see what the new customer Honda will be like.

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