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April 24, 2014 2:30 PM

MotoGP » Hayden happy to go into the unknown

FasterEddie69: Everyone should read the article on superbikeplanet. There must be some discord in the Aspar camp. Sir Nick is not a happy camper. Check it out and let me know what you guys think.
Yeah, I don't know about that. I mean - of course he isn't happy. I don't think Aspar is happy either though... and does Nicky really think it's Aspar's fault? I can't imagine why he would. I don't really think Honda is happy either. They spent a lot of money and time building this bike - whereas Yamaha grabbed some parts off the shelf and it's a better package. Lets see what happens at Jerez. Although, if there is any truth to the meeting that took place after CoTA, I doubt it'll be much - as I'm sure those guys already know what's coming down the pipeline.


April 22, 2014 3:12 PM

MotoGP » Hayden happy to go into the unknown

FasterEddie69: I wonder if Ducati wished that they had kept Nicky.
I doubt it. Lets be honest, that relationship was starting to sour - on both sides. I don't think it's fair to place blame on either party (Duc or Nicky) for it. When there is a lack of results and a lack of changes - things start to go south. A change was good for both Nicky and Duc. Nicky is continuing to change his riding, and the bike is continuing to get better. We'll see what happens at Jerez


April 17, 2014 8:54 PM
Last Edited 7 days ago

MotoGP » Eugene Laverty looking forward to Suzuki MotoGP tests

STRIGOY6666: Pedrosa and Laverty will ride the Suzuki MotoGP bike next year.
Pedrosa will be on a satellite honda next year. He is now institutionalised and won't have the assertion to adapt to a completely new motogp bike. EL and someone else but don't know who. Scott Redding would be good - young fresh and could develop a bike - but not sure what his contract is...
It's in Redding's contract that he should be on Alvaro's bike next year so long as he does well this year. I don't think he'll move, considering he could be on his way to Factory Honda should he do well. I think Pedro would much rather stay on a factory team than go satellite...


April 17, 2014 4:20 AM

MotoGP » Hayden top Open Honda after tough weekend

FasterEddie69: Once again to Kenlucky. Where are you from and what rider do you like? I get that you don't care for Nicky but you love to bash. Some of it is funny. He has done a great job for a nice kid from Kentucky and I am proud of him. He is good for the sport and I wish he did have a good bike but that will not happen. I bet Danny would trade all of those wins for that one championship Nicky has. You can call it right time, right place, lucky, whatever you like but he had the most points at the end of the year. He had to be pretty darn good to put himself in that position. Sorry for your hate but 2006 was the last of the really good racing.
So true, it all went downhill from there. God, do I miss the 990's...

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