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Hayden in critical state after being knocked off bike by car

Hayden in critical state after being knocked off bike by car

The "Kentucky Kid" won the MotoGP World Championship in 2006 and was competing in the World Superbike championship this year.

From the past season, he returned to the Superbike Championship with the Red Bull World Superbike Honda, replacing Sylvain Guintoli alongside Michel van der Mark.

Hayden was taken to the hospital after being struck by a auto while training on his bicycle along Italy's Adriatic coast following a weekend Superbike race at the Imola circuit.

He remains in intensive care at the Maurizio Bufalini Hospital in Cesena with his fiancee by his side and has been joined by his brother and mother, who arrived from the United States on Thursday.

Team members from Red Bull Honda have now revealed Hayden he has been placed into a coma by doctors. He has sustained some major injuries on the head and chest. "Nicky Hayden remains hospitalized in the intensive care unit, the clinical picture remains extremely serious".

The 36-year old was reportedly hit by a auto while training on his bicycle between Tavoleto and Riccione, south of the seaside resort of Rimini.

This post will be updated when further details on Hayden's condition become available. "The prognosis remains reserved". Among all opponents who had the relationship, Nicky Hayden was different for Vale.

"Come on Nicky, we're all with you", added the 38-year-old. He's receiving medical attention in Italy, and we must now be patient... He rode for Repsol Honda, Ducati Corse, Drive M7 Aspar Team, and Estrella Galicia 0,0 Marc VDS.

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