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Aragón GP -- spoilers

Five races to go.
Practice begins in four days. And Nicky Hayden fills for Jack Miller.

http://www.asphaltandrubber.com/moto...e-jack-miller/

Personally I always liked Nicky.

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Nicky is a class act. Wish he had a competitive bike for WSBK, but he's doing OK on that old Honda there.
Hope he shows what Jack's bike is capable of.

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Nicky is a class act. Wish he had a competitive bike for WSBK, but he's doing OK on that old Honda there.
Hope he shows what Jack's bike is capable of.
Yes he is doing pretty well considering. I would love to see him on the MV (not that its at the top competitively either).

Jack on the other hand...I would say is the opposite of a class act.
Around the period he won the GP, during the press conferences, you can see his "qualities". Can not remain hidden for long.

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Oh come on... Can't they not find a younger talent to fill the seat?? Why not ask Biaggi then??

Personally never liked Hayden

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It growls and rages and flies across the tarmac like a wild animal that has escaped the confinement of a cage and after merely waiting restlessly until the release, will not endure being locked up ever again.


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One thing that im not sure if i hate or just find annoying bout miller is the ridiculous accents he puts on. He is a friggin aussie, a yobbo, he is Australian and has an aussie accent, but in so many interviews he puts on this try hard italina accent.

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One thing that im not sure if i hate or just find annoying bout miller is the ridiculous accents he puts on. He is a friggin aussie, a yobbo, he is Australian and has an aussie accent, but in so many interviews he puts on this try hard italina accent.
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Michelin bringing asymmetric options to Aragon

http://www.motorcyclenews.com/sport/...ons-to-aragon/

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Hayden is a really nice guy but if he hadn't fluked a World Championship he'd be long gone by now. Same as Colin Edwards - anyone with that record didn't ought to be there. There are a lot of unemployed geniuses out there.

Colin makes a great commentator though.
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Hayden is a really nice guy but if he hadn't fluked a World Championship he'd be long gone by now.
Dani did his best to keep Nicky from winning...Rossi just countered Dani's plot at the end. Nicky won it fair in spite of the Spanish conspiracy.
He was a quintessential company man with Ducati those last years. Never speaking ill even when being given a crap bike to ride. Can't say the same for the vocally disappointed Rossi.
The paddock all respect and like him. No enemies anywhere.

Colin was a great WSBK rider and champion. Had a much harder time in GP....must be a Texas thing...Ben Spies couldn't make the GP cut either.

Anyway....glad he gets a chance to ride a GP Honda again.

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Iannone committed to returning at Aragon

http://www.eurosport.com/moto/aragon...11/story.shtml

It is truly a shame for Ducati. They have a top bike but the two Andreas...
If only they could have Marc. That I would really like to see!

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