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Hayden interview after the Red Bull Indianapolis Grand Prix

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Published on Aug 31, 2009

Hayden looks back on Sunday's Red Bull Indianapolis Grand Prix action

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Donny Groothedde
Oh fuck up, hayden had one lucky year when all the champs were out of the championship so it was quite easy on the repsol honda that year
halfie25
@oldsquid Wrong! He also was the best qualifier that season. He deserved that Championship, and even Rossi said so in interviews. With his Duc running right he can do great things. Just look what happened when Casey was out and Nicky got the attention he deserves. A podium. And had it not been for De Anelis who knows what else. Hayden has also consistantly finished top 5 except his rookie season and '09. That's not middle of the pack guy...
trumpet5432
Hayden went through a lot this year. That why he flipped out on de Angelis !
Forest Law
To Rossi ?? hell no ,, the whole Paddock knows that Rossi has a 2 year contract with Yamaha :S
metalchickie29
nicky is cute hihihi
Neubian
wow, that was as genuine as I've ever seen a racer be. Godspeed Mr. Hayden. Congrats on the home-turf win.
Benjamin B.
Well done, Nicky ! Hope he gets a second season.
Colin Murphy
Nicky is getting a second year for sure... Granted, his results have been poor.... but he's a proven World Champion and Ducati sales in the US market are going through the roof... there's more to MotoGP than just racing.... its a marketing business too...
John Fajardo
yeah man that's crazy ! I like nicky cause he's not a cocky dude !!! really cool guy and a great racer that ducati is a monster to ride and to figure it out ducati won't take a chance on finding a new rider and figure out what the bike is. But like I always said it takes balls to ride a motogp bike. thanks for the info man !
Todd
nothing is in paper yet, when He signed originally I believe it was for 2 years, but the second year was optional to Ducati. They can get him for the same money as last year if they want, or they can dump him, but I think they'll give him a second year. I bet he gets the bike figured out and finishes top 5 next year.
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