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May 17th, 2010, 10:30 AM   #1
 
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Nicky sat down for a chat...



http://www.crash.net/motogp/video/15...on_so_far.html



I like how he basically said he wants to remain in MotoGP with his current team. WSBK is currently not on his radar...
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May 17th, 2010, 10:40 AM   #2
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Well MotoGP is the big show and it stands to reason that the who's who of riders want to be in the "Big Show"

I hope Nick can continue to improve this year and we see him there for a few more years to come.
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Good interview, with the same old questions. Nicky must get asked about Ben Spies everyday and most people would get frustrated with that but Nicky has to be one of the best interviews. I guess this being a superbike event the question had it's place. He answers all the questions without stepping on anyones toes.



One thing is certain, his whole attitude and body language are completely different from the last few years. He's got a little bounce in his step so to speak. It's good to see that he is still hungry. Le Mans is going to be tough for him though, hopefully this year will be different.
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Good interview, with the same old questions. Nicky must get asked about Ben Spies everyday and most people would get frustrated with that but Nicky has to be one of the best interviews. I guess this being a superbike event the question had it's place. He answers all the questions without stepping on anyones toes.



One thing is certain, his whole attitude and body language are completely different from the last few years. He's got a little bounce in his step so to speak. It's good to see that he is still hungry. Le Mans is going to be tough for him though, hopefully this year will be different.


Its a good omen to see and hear a revitalised Nicky mate.
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thing about Nicky is that this year he hasnt had (yet) a stroke of bad luck. I mean the least few seasons havent started out all that great, he's seemed to find himself in trouble early on, getting taken out, or improper setups etc. This year everything is just clicking along how it should for the most part. I would love to see him finish higher than stoner, that would be great.
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