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Hayden Inducted In MotoGP Hall of Fame at the Valencia GP

This just in from DORNA: Nicky Hayden was inducted into the MotoGP World Championship Hall of Fame at the Valencia GP. The 2006 MotoGP World Champion Nicky Hayden was inducted into the World Championship Hall of Fame as the 22nd MotoGP Legend by Dorna Sports CEO Carmelo Ezpeleta in a ceremony...

Published on November 7 2015, 21:35
Source: www.superbikeplanet.com
 

There's no question Casey Stoner was (and still is) one of the best riders ever to throw a leg over a motorcycle. His accomplishments on two wheels, especially his championships on both Ducati and Honda machinery, are proof. Next week at the MotoGP round at Phillip Island in Australia, Stoner... 

At the post-Superprestigio celebrations at the OMM restaurant and nightclub in downtown Barcelona, race promoter Jaime Alguersuari spoke from the stage, accompanied by the four fastest riders of the event: Marc Márquez, Jared Mees, and Kenny Noyes, the podium finishers in the Superprestigio... 

The Australian will thus become the 20th MotoGP™ Legend, joining an exclusive club already including Giacomo Agostini, Mick Doohan, Geoff Duke, Wayne Gardner, Mike Hailwood, Daijiro Kato, Eddie Lawson, Anton Mang, Angel Nieto, Wayne Rainey, Phil Read, Jim Redman, Kenny Roberts, Jarno Saarinen,... 

1950 – Going to the final race of the year at his home race at Monza, Umberto Masetti - riding a four-cylinder Gilera - had a marginal lead in the championship over Geoff Duke, riding a single-cylinder Norton. Duke won the race, but Masetti did just enough by finishing second to clinch the title...