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Hayden gets on the board at Monza

Roger Lee Hayden gets onto the board at Monza as he scores two points at Monza.
Hayden gets on the board at Monza

Roger Lee Hayden has broken his World Superbike Championship points duck after a run to 14th position in the second race of the day at Monza.

The American, competing in his rookie season with the Pedercini Kawasaki team this year, made the most of a high attrition rate in the second encounter of the day to sneak into the points for the first time.

Winning out in a battle with experienced racer Broc Parkes, Hayden was delighted to finally see his name on the score sheets.

“Race one went very well. The race started off positively and right afterwards I was able to find a good rhythm, thanks to my mechanics that solved some of the sliding problems we suffered during the qualifying sessions. Race two proved to be the best race so far in the season for me.

“I started very fast and my bike was working a lot better. I collected the first Superbike points and I'm extremely happy with the results achieved today. A big thank you to all of the technicians for their great help during this weekend in Monza”.


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Cryogeneric

May 11, 2010 5:06 PM
Last Edited 306 days ago

Had it been possible, he should have gone to Moto2. The vast majority of RLH's AMA success came on a 600. As for WSBK--while I doubt he'd be setting the world on fire with a better bike, the privateer Kawasaki he's on certainly isn't helping.

Phil - Unregistered

May 11, 2010 7:34 PM

You would have to question Pedercini's decision to run Kawasaki's in the first place, even the works team are struggling. As for RLH, he's also got to learn all the tracks too.



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