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NICKY HAYDEN RULES THE ROOST IN CALIFORNIA


It was only a matter of time before Nicky Hayden (Repsol Honda RC211V) made
his talent felt in the hard-fought arena of MotoGP racing. The young American shone at his home race with a maiden pole and a career-first win. Not only did the American star provide Honda's President, Mr Takeo Fukui who attended this race, with a victory, but Hayden also gave his father an unscheduled lap of honour on his all-conquering Honda RC211V Grand Prix machine.

Reigning World Champion Valentino Rossi finished second, and current sixth-place points table position-holder Colin Edwards (both Yamaha) finished third. European riders were at a disadvantage here - and even the World Champion had no answer to the local expertise shown by Hayden and Edwards around the twists and turns of this tricky track.</TD></TR></TABLE>

I coulda swore Colin finished ahead of Rossi.

The rest here
http://superbikeplanet.com./2005/Jul/050711a.htm
 
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Re: See not even Honda cared who finished after Nicky (Ducman851)

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I coulda swore Colin finished ahead of Rossi.

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Actually, there were TWO races....after 32 laps, Colin was in front....but on the 33rd llap, Vale passed him.....not many people saw it due to a commercial break.
 
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