After qualifying on the front row of the Indianapolis Grand Prix on Saturday, Nicky Hayden informed Ducati that he'd be putting in a few demo laps of the Indy Mile. "Least I could do is get a couple laps," said Hayden. "I'm going to go out, ride around... not sign up for the heat races or nothing like that. But definitely I'm looking forward to it." Turns out that, despite not strapping on a steel shoe since 2002, Nicky's still got what it takes to ride sideways.

Update: Ducati sent over two new high-res images, you'll find them in the gallery.

Update 2: Even more photos from Ducati.

Hayden was riding Joe Kopp's Hypermotard 1100 Evo-powered Ducati tracker.

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