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October 3rd, 2015, 10:21 AM   #71
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Soup :: No Decision But Hayden Faces Weekend Deadline :: 10-02-2015

Nicky has to choose semi-competitive on the Aprilia or the Honda money....

Which will he choose?

I think he'll go for the money ...
How do we know the Honda deal is more lucrative? Perhaps I missed that. At any rate, there's no question the Aprilia is the proper choice.
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How do we know the Honda deal is more lucrative? Perhaps I missed that. At any rate, there's no question the Aprilia is the proper choice.
It is my guess....he wouldnt take this long to decide if wasn't about money... Otherwise he would have chosen Aprilia by now....

SPEEDWEEK MotoGP - Nicky Hayden: Honda will ihn in der Superbike-WM

Honda does want him according to the German's.....

...Or he could hang on a MotoGP return in 2017 by taking a year and being the KTM test mule...
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October 3rd, 2015, 12:12 PM   #73
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Soup :: No Decision But Hayden Faces Weekend Deadline :: 10-02-2015

Nicky has to choose semi-competitive on the Aprilia or the Honda money....

Which will he choose?

I think he'll go for the money ...
Sounds very authoritative. So you must definitely know this is exactly the choice for Hayden.



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It is my guess.......

Wait wait what? Miguel, I distinctly remember you saying your greatest annoyance with the forum was the tendency of members to make authoritative statements to insinuate negative connotations. Have your standards changed?



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I've said loads of times JR is awesome. Who cares about Hayden...boring
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In all my dealings with Nicky Hayden in the past couple of years, he has always given the impression of wanting to win again. I think he will take the bike that gives him the best chance of success.
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In all my dealings with Nicky Hayden in the past couple of years, he has always given the impression of wanting to win again. I think he will take the bike that gives him the best chance of success.
You are probably right Kropo, one way or the other we will know his decision very soon...
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October 4th, 2015, 01:32 AM   #77
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Nick will choose the competitive machinery just like he always did since. Well. He'll deffo get another 7 figure payday. He's slowly becoming as pathetic as edwards. @jum: sorry dawg,just the way it is bruh
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It has been a very long time since Nicky Hayden got a seven figure payday. And the seven figure salaries in WSBK are few and far between. And definitely not in the Honda garage.
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I was under the impression that he chose the proddy Honda because of the salary?I know bmw would have given him something very close to the 7 figure mark. I know hayden publicly denied talking to them but I am aware of what bmw were willing to pay
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He started with Honda , he'll end his career with Honda. He's done and he knows it. This is his last ditch effort for a chance at any kind of Championship.....unless he go's back to the AMA grave yard.
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