American rider Nicky Hayden admits he has very likely competed in his last MotoGP race on home soil.Hayden, 34, is at a career crossroads, facing an uncertain future of either switching to World Superbikes, or staying at home next year.Hayden, born and raised in Kentucky, rose from a grassroots dirt track master, to a MotoGP world champion when he won the top prize with Honda in 2006.But, time is running out for Hayden, with only five MotoGP races remaining in the 2015 season before he leaves the Aspar Honda team in November.Hayden will make his 212th start in Sunday’s MotoGP of Spain at the MotorLand Aragon circuit.Hayden has confirmed there are “not really” other options in MotoGP in 2016, and the Indianapolis GP earlier this year was very likely his final MotoGP race in the United States.”Indy could well have been my final GP (in America), that is kinda how it looks,” said Hayden, who finished 16th at the Brickyard. “Now, I’m speaking to some teams in World Superbikes. When I originally thought about moving to superbikes with a good factory team, I was really interested in it.”Two years ago, Hayden was offered a golden opportunity by the Ducati factory… Read full this story
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