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July 27th, 2012, 08:23 AM   #41
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Nicky Hayden is the worse rider ever to have stayed in the premier league "MotoGP" as long as he has for his useless talent........ Colin Edwards is a close second.



I'm sorry but tis thee truth.
Ahhhhh no that (dis)honor goes to Randy Depuniet. 1.5 crashes on an average per race weekend Randy.
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That would be re-signs. Resign is to quit. Big difference. You had me thinking Nick had told them to piss off and

had gone off to WSBK.
Yeah I know, thanks for pointing that out grammar nazi. JK
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L8Braker, on 26 July 2012 - 04:09 PM, said:






Actually Jumkie and I were sort of hoping he wouldn't be back on the Duc next year.....2013 will just be another long agonizing year I'm afraid.






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Actually Jumkie and I were sort of hoping he wouldn't be back on the Duc next year.....2013 will just be another long agonizing year I'm afraid.


This seems particularly likely if Uncle Ezzy can fix the Golden Brat's colossal fuck-up and get him back on the Yamaha.

Without Flossi around, the harsh spotlight - and pressure to improve - will no longer be trained on Prezzy and company. Even with possible Audi funding (not that I'm betting on any!), Ducati will look at all the $ squandered over the last 2 years and will REDUCE their already glacial pace of development. 2013 may well be the worst year yet for the team.
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This seems particularly likely if Uncle Ezzy can fix the Golden Brat's colossal fuck-up and get him back on the Yamaha.

Without Flossi around, the harsh spotlight - and pressure to improve - will no longer be trained on Prezzy and company. Even with possible Audi funding (not that I'm betting on any!), Ducati will look at all the $ squandered over the last 2 years and will REDUCE their already glacial pace of development. 2013 may well be the worst year yet for the team.
I'm sorry Geo, I can't share your optimism. Once the final domino falls after Summer break we can draw more conclusions.
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Yeah I know, thanks for pointing that out grammar nazi. JK


Nothing to do with grammar. Basic spelling making two completely opposite meanings.

If anything - "Punctuation Nazi".
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I'm sorry Geo, I can't share your optimism. Once the final domino falls after Summer break we can draw more conclusions.
Dude! If that's yer idea of optimism I'd hate to experience your pessimistic side.
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Feel sorry for Hayden. So desperate to stay in GP when he Spies and 1 or 2 others could go to WSBK and change the balance of power at the top of world motorcycle racing. If they both went I think it would be enough to kill MotoGP in the US for at least a decade. Add a couple of Aussies to WSBK and it would really make it interesting. I recon Stoner would happily do a year in WSBK before retirement just to twist the knife in Ezpeleta's back a bit more.



I wish WSBK streamed the races and practice live like MotoGP does.
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Feel sorry for Hayden. So desperate to stay in GP when he Spies and 1 or 2 others could go to WSBK and change the balance of power at the top of world motorcycle racing. If they both went I think it would be enough to kill MotoGP in the US for at least a decade. Add a couple of Aussies to WSBK and it would really make it interesting. I recon Stoner would happily do a year in WSBK before retirement just to twist the knife in Ezpeleta's back a bit more.



I wish WSBK streamed the races and practice live like MotoGP does.


Hate to say it but I think it's a little pathetic that Nicky is sticking around with Ducati and married to a bike on which he cannot win. Really sad. He could do great stuff in WSBK but clearly thinks it's lessening of status. I can't see Stoner ever doing WSBK. If he did - it would be HUGE! I hope that Ben does go there. If he does, he has his priorities right. Nicky has enough dough, he doesn't need to be in MGP for the paycheck, and the girls are just as juicy in WSBK. Why not race where you can be on competitive machine and some dignity.
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Feel sorry for Hayden. So desperate to stay in GP when he Spies and 1 or 2 others could go to WSBK and change the balance of power at the top of world motorcycle racing. If they both went I think it would be enough to kill MotoGP in the US for at least a decade. Add a couple of Aussies to WSBK and it would really make it interesting. I recon Stoner would happily do a year in WSBK before retirement just to twist the knife in Ezpeleta's back a bit more.



I wish WSBK streamed the races and practice live like MotoGP does.


This and move the eurosport commentary team over there .
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