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February 8th, 2007, 04:46 PM   #1
 
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He's chosen to run the #1 even tho rossi never did in all the years he was world champion, hes slapping a 1 across his leathers bike, helmet everywhere. He is also refering to himself on motogp.com as "trick daddy" who is already a popular southern american rapper??

He has always been my favorite rider, but since he won (mostly cause rossi crashed) he has now changed his leathers to "Numbers dont 1ie" in replace of "Kentucky Kid (1) "



the real "Trick Daddy" ^^ i dont know whats next i just hope it doesnt get the best of him and he turns into a hollywood rideless biaggi
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<div class='quotetop'>QUOTE (Sheri @ Feb 9 2007, 12:46 AM) <{POST_SNAPBACK}><div class='quotemain'>




He's chosen to run the #1 even tho rossi never did in all the years he was world champion, hes slapping a 1 across his leathers bike, helmet everywhere. He is also refering to himself on motogp.com as "trick daddy" who is already a popular southern american rapper??

He has always been my favorite rider, but since he won (mostly cause rossi crashed) he has now changed his leathers to "Numbers dont 1ie" in replace of "Kentucky Kid (1) "



the real "Trick Daddy" ^^ i dont know whats next i just hope it doesnt get the best of him and he turns into a hollywood rideless biaggi

let Hayboy enjoy it, its not comin back is it?

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I've never been a fan of his style, but his personality and sportsmanship are first class. Right now only Rossi comes to mind who didn't take the #1 plate. If Hayden didn't switch it, I think people would give him way more s!!!
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<div class='quotetop'>QUOTE (Traverser @ Feb 9 2007, 01:15 AM) <{POST_SNAPBACK}><div class='quotemain'>I've never been a fan of his style, but his personality and sportsmanship are first class. Right now only Rossi comes to mind who didn't take the #1 plate. If Hayden didn't switch it, I think people would give him way more s!!!


Who always wore the no 7 plate??

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ahhh .... he's just happy about it.

let him bask in his glory... even if it is only shortlived.
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Fair play to Nicky, carry it with pride. After all, he is the current no.1!
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^ agree. Whetherm short-lived or not, let him enjoy it. It's his right/privilege. And like Traverser said: if he, like Rossi, refrained from changing his plate, then more people (mostly from the cult, cheerleaders gang, and whatever else you call it ) would have been pissed off.
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The bike’s N°1 is not that bad… obviously his happy… but it is getting to his head, isn’t it? And I am not saying this because of all the arguments about the Championship, but because of the fact that the helmet and leathers are completely tasteless, aren’t they? Next will be like a World Champion Boxer with all this gold necklace, bracelets and earrings!
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<div class='quotetop'>QUOTE (VHMP01 @ Feb 8 2007, 08:05 PM) <{POST_SNAPBACK}><div class='quotemain'>The bike’s N°1 is not that bad… obviously his happy… but it is getting to his head, isn’t it? And I am not saying this because of all the arguments about the Championship, but because of the fact that the helmet and leathers are completely tasteless, aren’t they? Next will be like a World Champion Boxer with all this gold necklace, bracelets and earrings!


He has had the Kentucky Kid name for a while now. In comparison to car racers, it seems that big-name riders are trying to lend their own little dose of style to the grid. "The Texas Tornado," "Capirex," "The Doctor" (on the bike and the leathers), the bulldog behind the seat of the Yamaha, The turtle on the yoke, King Arthur's sword, an endless variety of helmet paint jobs (including the laundry detergent helmet from 2004), the elaborate post-race celebrations, the seven dwarves gig in Sepang, and...

Obviously some riders personalize their racing experience more than others. Although I have to agree that the "Trick Daddy" thing is silly.
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I am actually surprised he gave up #69. That was his trademark number. Having said that, who cares if he wears #1 he won the championship so it is rightfully his to wear.
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