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January 30, 2016 3:24 PM
Last Edited 1 day 13 hours ago

WSBK » Hayden: Move to WSBK is no retirement party

I am certain that if Nicky is on competitive equipment this man can be consistently top three or better in this field. Truth of the matter, I would have loved to have seen him WSBK in 2003 out of AMA glory days. I remember watching him do some pretty sick sh!t against Anthony Gobert, Mat Mladin, and others on that RC51/VTR SP2 here at home. I hope he can return to that. When he's confident and fast he's fun to watch. i.e. Gary McKoy style slides etc.


January 30, 2016 4:59 PM
Last Edited 3 days ago

WSBK » Hayden curious to discover place in WSBK order

Jimmy1: Would be nice to have an American sponsorship. But considering there are probably about ten people in America who care about WSBK, it's no wonder there isn't any.
Jimmy1, I can understand how someone could think that Americans don't have a big road racing contingency. But there is a lot of interest. In the not so distant past with Edwards, Bostrom, on the world stage etc. And a then VERY strong AMA with full factory support that was the pinnacle of the various national series people showed up in droves. Problem is it was bought by an organization whose prowess was Nascar not motorcycle racing, and subsequently lost all factory support and therefore the spectacle of all the "stars". Factories didn't want to put up with ever changing and inconsistent rules. Hopefully Wayne Rainey and his MotoAmerica organization will continue to rebuild motorcycle road racing here in the States and produce the next crop of world caliber stars.

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