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post #1 of 23 (permalink) Old 10-30-2006, 06:33 AM Thread Starter
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Exclamation "Kentucky Kid"

Now Kentucky has more than just horse racing, tobacco and bourbon!!! We've got the Kentucky Kid who's got the MotoGp World Championship!!!! Good stuff for us and America!!!
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post #2 of 23 (permalink) Old 10-30-2006, 09:59 AM
 
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HELL YAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA!!!

What an amazing race and an even more amazing season!

Nicky, congratulations! Way to stay the course and never give up!

Nicky Hayden: 2006 MotoGP WORLD CHAMPION!!!
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He owes it all to me. I told him in 98 at the Willow Springs races that I expected to see him in Europe battling for the world championship soon.

He did and it's all my doing.
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Talking Well then.....

...I think we all need to give a BIG thanks to RCJohn!!!!!!!! Sorry I didn't give you "props" initially!?!
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Everyone is welcome. It was the least I could do.
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The blood, sweat and tears really showed.

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The blood, sweat and tears really showed.
I'm glad you noticed.

I would like to thank the Lord for helping me through the rough times.

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hell yeah, go nick. i think we all held our breath on that race. i actuallt wish it would have been more of a battle for the title throughout the race, but hey thats the ways things work. rossi crashed and that was it. at least rossi has enough class to accept his defeat. but it sucks that nicky threw off a modern day sportbike god, to repalce him as champion. but i have been a nicky fan for years, and it is nice to see that he actually produced and posted results this season. hopefully next year looks just as bright for the american racers.
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it proves Rossi is a good racer just like any other in gp, it's his dedication that kept him at the top. these guys worked everyday for years, and been riding ever since they could run, particularly rossi anyway.

i wanna see how rossi would fair riding suzuki.
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post #10 of 23 (permalink) Old 11-06-2006, 12:11 PM
 
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i wanna see how rossi would fair riding suzuki.
He would get his ass handed to him. I actually think he would finish in the top 5 though.

I would really like to see him on the Honda power Kenny Roberts bike. I think he could put that bike on the podium fairly regularly.
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