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I almost feel like Rossi "threw" the first handful of races so that 1. It'd be a challenge for him, 2. Prove just how freaking awesome he is. Look, I love Hayden; I think he's a phenomenal rider. He may even be able to "steal" three or four races this year. And by no means is being on the podium 8 straight times, be fifth WITH THE FLU, then back on the podium again, something to sneeze at. But brother, I've seen Rossi go from BACK OF THE PACK. BACK!!! And battle his way all the way up to the FRONT! Against the same riders!!! And even though Capirossi is an old man, going fast on a bike isn't an age thing. He's not RUNNING the track, he does have a 260 hp Ducati under him. But I will support Hayden until the day I die! You gotta. He's as American as they come and darnit, I'm a freaking Patriot. GO USA! GO HAYDEN!
"Itīs not easier to ride, but I donīt need something easier, I need something faster." - Nicky Hayden #69
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