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Nicky Hayden, former MotoGP world champion, dies five days after bike crash

Nicky Hayden, the former MotoGP world champion, has died five days after he was involved in a bicycle accident

Nicky Hayden, the former MotoGP macrocosm champ, has died five days after he was involved in a cycling accident.

The 35 -year-old American was hit by a vehicle during a instruct practice in Italy last week and accepted severe front and chest traumata. On Monday, the Maurizio Bufalini Hospital, where he had been to incorporate into a medically induced coma, had reaffirmed that he had died.

The medical squad has verified the death of the patient Nicholas Patrick Hayden, who has been undergoing maintenance since last-place Wednesday 17 May in the intensive care unit of the Bufalini Hospital in Cesena following a serious polytrauma which occurred the same day, the statement said.

The driver of private vehicles that impressed Hayden was given a breathalyser test and was not found to have been over the limit at the time of the incident. Italian police have opened an investigation into the accident, with their conclusions expected in July.

Hayden entered MotoGP, motorcyclings society competition, in 2003 and won the world championship in 2006, narrowly beating his friend and competitive Valentino Rossi, who had won the name five times in a row. Hayden, who was born in Owensboro, Kentucky, transferred to World Superbikes in 2016. He was emulating for the Red Bull Honda team this season and was 13 th in the riders standings.

As well as has become a true champ on the track, Nicky was a love favourite off it due to his species quality, relaxed behaviour, and the huge smile he inevitably carried everywhere, articulated Red Bull Honda in a squad statement. The Kentucky Kid will be sorely missed by all that ever had the pleasure of convene him or the privilege to encounter him race a motorcycle around a track, be it dirt or asphalt.

Marc Mrquez (@ marcmarquez9 3)

Destrozado tras la noticia. Nunca te olvidaremos!/ I’m shattered after the news. We will never forget you! #DEPNickyHayden #RIPNickyHayden pic.twitter.com/ qF5wNnFM6o

May 22, 2017

On Monday, members of the motor hastening community paid tribute to Hayden, who was an immensely popular figure. The reigning MotoGP world champion, Marc Mrquez, was one of the first to post about Haydens death on Twitter. Im shattered after the news. We will never forget you !, he wrote.

On Instagram, another Spanish MotoGP rider, Aleix Espargar, articulated: Cant belief[ it] … The most easy and good guy I ever convened on a pen in “peoples lives”! Love u Nicky! The former Formula One operator Mark Webber described Hayden, the last American to acquires a MotoGP world championship, as a beautiful person, genuine and real.

Members of Haydens family, including his mother and fiancee, winged to Italy last week to be by his bedside.

On behalf of the whole Hayden family and Nickys fiance Jackie, I would like to thank everyone for their letters of support it has been a great consolation to us all knowing that Nicky has touched so many folks lives in such a positive way, said his brother, Tommy, in a statement.

Although this is obviously a sad period, we would like everyone to remember Nicky at his happiest going a motorcycle. He dreamed as a kid of has become a pro rider and is not simply fully achieved but likewise managed to reach the spire of his chosen athletic in becoming macrocosm champ. We are all so proud of that.

Read more: https :// www.theguardian.com/ athletic/ 2017/ may/ 22/ nicky-hayden-dies-bike-crash-motogp-superbikes

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