We're not getting what we deserve, says Hayden
1 September 2011 – Nicky Hayden is hoping for a more positive result as MotoGP heads to Misano this weekend. After a promising build-up turned to nothing at Indianapolis on Sunday, the American desires more payback for himself and Ducati.
“Indy was a bad race but somehow, some way, you’ve got to try to get over it and move on,” he says. “Misano has been a tough track for me because it seems like I can’t ever get through the first corner. It would be nice to catch a bit of a break because I don’t feel like we’re always getting the results we deserve.
“We learned a lot about the new bike in Indy, so I hope we’ve got a good starting point there. We’ll see what the weather’s going to do. Hopefully it won’t be too hot, as that makes things more difficult for us. Anyway, we need to do our best and try to improve our bike.”
Further pre-Misano feelings from Ducati:
Ducati working to the maximum, says Rossi