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Honda RC212V

Minichamps 2007 Honda Team Repsol Honda Bike — Nicky

Minichamps MIN122071069 2007 RC212V Team Repsol MotoGP Bike — Hayden (1:12 Scale) it was quite fun. When like that, the bike’s the bike has got grip, and the lap comes it’s a lot of fun to ride the bike that. I really enjoyed it.

Nicky Hayden

In the 2002 Motorcycle Grand-Prix season, with 2-… 500cc raced alongside bikes 4-… 990cc engines. The of this new format was as everyone it to be, 4-… engine bikes Repsol Honda RC211V Its V5 engine, the first to ever be on a motorcycle, further enhanced the Honda RC211V. The fuel was placed below the seat, and the employed Honda’s all-new Pro-Link suspension design.

Packed with revolutionary and painted over in flourescent the Repsol Honda RC211V was the bike of the 21st century. the opening race Valentino took a 9 consecutive victory Out of a 16 race series Rossi his 10th victory by the 12th in Brazil, leaving all competition in the as the Italian rider became the ever winner in the Moto GP

Pictured here is a 1:12 replica of a 2007 Honda Team Repsol Honda Bike driven by Nicky 2006 World Champion. gorgeous replica features a suspension and removable fairings reveals an extremely detailed Also includes a detachable

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7 inches

Height: 3.50

Release Date: April

Honda RC212V

Historical Account: The Kentucky Kid Born on July 30th, in Owensboro, Kentucky, Nicholas Patrick Hayden (also as The Kentucky Kid) is an American motorcycle racer and 2006 World Champion.

Immediately winning his AMA Superbike championship, was tapped to join not only MotoGP racing efforts, but was arguably the premier team in racing- Repsol Honda. also became teammate to the series champion Valentino who many believe to be the greatest racer ever.

Hayden was seemingly unfazed, and in his year of MotoGP racing Hayden finished fifth in the points standings while Honda’s RC211V, an achievement won him the Rookie-of-the-Year award. In 2005, finished third in the MotoGP points standings behind Melandri and series winner Rossi.

For 2006, Hayden was with spearheading Repsol championship aspirations, and was the only to be handed the full 2006 bike during preseason He led the championship from the third and looked set to break Valentino championship-winning streak, which had back to 2001. Capturing the was not without peril: in the second to round at Estoril in Portugal, Dani Pedrosa missed his point while following

The resulting lowside accident out both bikes, with claiming second place in race, finishing 0.002 behind Toni Elias. left Hayden eight behind Rossi in the championship one race left to go. In the last of the season on October 29th, the unexpected happened when fell off his motorcycle on lap 5 trying to up for a poor start.

Hayden, who was challenging for the race at the time, was informed of Rossi’s and backed off his lap times by nearly a winning the championship by finishing a 3rd behind race winner Bayliss and Loris Capirossi. He won the 2006 championship, beating 252 points to 247.

On September 2006, Hayden signed a agreement that would him to race for and develop with the Honda Racing Corporation team for the 2007 and 2008 seasons. He has already begun the new 800 cc Honda RC212V. His MotoGP number changes from 69 to 1 for the season.

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