Nicky Hayden1981-07-30 - 2017-05-22 (age 35)
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The number 69 made famous by 2006 MotoGP champion Nicky Hayden has been retired by series organisers Dorna and governing body the FIM in a ceremony at the Grand Prix of the Americas in Austin.
The driver who hit and killed MotoGP and World Superbike star Nicky Hayden has been given a one-year suspended jail sentence for his role in the fatal accident in 2017.
Andrea Dovizioso's current MotoGP title challenge is reminiscent of the late Nicky Hayden's championship-winning 2006 campaign, reckons Marc Marquez.
MotoAmerica rider Jake Gagne is set to replace the late Nicky Hayden in the Honda World Superbike team for the upcoming Laguna Seca round, Motorsport.com has learned.
Over 60 people, including several Monster Energy NASCAR Cup Series drivers, took part on Friday morning in a 69-mile bike ride outside of Charlotte, N.C., to honor former MotoGP champion Nicky Hayden.
The Honda World Superbike team has confirmed it will enter a sole bike in this weekend's Donington Park round for Stefan Bradl following the passing of Nicky Hayden.
Following the tragic news of Nicky Hayden's passing, Jamie Klein reflects on the fallen champion's first and arguably greatest MotoGP win, which came on the series' return to Laguna Seca in 2005.
IMS staff have paid tribute to 2006 MotoGP champion Nicky Hayden, recalling “one of the most popular, talented and respected racers to compete at the Racing Capital of the World in the last decade.”
Tributes from across the motorsport world have flooded in for 2006 MotoGP champion Nicky Hayden following the tragic passing of the popular American racer on Monday.
Former MotoGP champion Nicky Hayden has passed away as a result of a cycling accident in Italy.
World Superbike Championship rider and 2006 MotoGP champion Nicky Hayden remains in a “very critical” and unchanged condition in hospital in Italy, following his cycling accident on Wednesday.
Former MotoGP world champion Nicky Hayden has suffered severe brain damage as a result of his bicycle accident, a medical statement issued on Thursday confirmed.
Honda's Nicky Hayden has expressed his disappointment after a "tougher than expected" 2017 World Superbike season opener at Phillip Island, saying there were "no positives" for the team to draw.
The 2017 World Superbike season kicks off at Phillip Island this weekend, and all the changes from 2016 suggest the new campaign will be better than in recent years. David Gruz explains why.
Honda World Superbike rider Nicky Hayden hopes the arrival of new riders and more manufacturers upping their game will give the series more variety in 2017.