That would be a nice Thank You from Ducati [thumbsup]
That may be true, but c'mon- it's Troy freakin' Bayliss! If he does race the season closer, while he probably won't get on the podium, it'd be a hell of a show. It would be purely for fun for him, so he'd have a good time with it- no pressure to win, like there was a few years back.DONALD996 said:Having nothing to gain or lose I'm not sure I'd risk an accident that (at worst) could ruin his career. :'(
He's races for a living "I know this", but his season is over...go home and prepair for next year.
there are always wildcards, some are just faster than others.cajones said:he shouldnt race there, hes got his rewards for the season dont screw it up for some one else, possibly !!!!! join the club next season if he wants to then see how good he is , dont get me wrong i like the guy to, even got my leathers signed by him when he was up and comin, let the others have there day. !!!!!!!!! 8)
But, as you stated, he is a fierce competitor and will go as hard as he can. Will he do anything stupid? Absolutely not. But if he gets a good grid position and start you don't think he'd try to run at the front? It's racing after all, and Troy is a racer.gm2 said:troy is a fierce competitor but also a gentleman and a guy who just won his own world title. even if he can run at the front and prove his point, i seriously doubt he would put the championship in jeopardy for others.
Hopefully we'll get to find out.gm2 said:interesting thing is that troy knows valencia very well. i really wonder what he would do if he were challenging for the lead at the end of the race.. pull over or actually try to win?