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Matthew Birt  says:

Nicky Hayden pondering options after confirming Ducati departure

Nicky Hayden fears his MotoGP career could be coming to an end after the American confirmed on the eve of his home race at Laguna Seca that he wouldn’t be having his factory Ducati renewed for 2014. As was first reported by MCN earlier this week, the Bologna factory has released the popular 2006 world champion after a five-year stint and...

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AussieInSUI

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AussieInSUI says:

Ducati's number is up

When Ducati puts soft tyres on Front and back regularly when the other teams run race rüber then you know there's not much comming in the Future. All They can wish for is a top three in the Free practice. And that's If that CRT bike doesn't beat them to it. It's time for Ducati to leave for a Year or two. they should have taken the Suzuki Route After Stoner left...

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pmailloux1

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pmailloux1 says:

Nicky and Duc

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What makes Ducati think that if Rossi and engineer, can't change thier fortunes that Crutchlow could? Further,Hayden has been patient and dedicated to  the flayling Duc brand to a fault. In my view it was time for Nicky to  move on and ride a sucessful bike. I'd go  BMW and bag the whole Ducati team, they  don't deserve him!

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BarkerBill

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BarkerBill says:

The solution is really rather simple.

Nicky, using his excellent reputation as an ambassador and rider, has only one option and that is a move to Superbike though not on the works Panigale as is being suggested. Here, by means of a competitive ride, possibly the BMW seat of the stumbling Welsh chump Davies, he could rather effectively poke Ducati in the eye as a farewell gesture.

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