Thursday, August 19, 2010

Josh Hayes Talks About The Competition in the AMA Superbike Series


Josh Hayes powers out of turn 8 at Road America while qualifying for the AMA Repsol Superstock Series in June of 2006. Riding the Erion Racing/American Honda/Parts Unlimited CBR1000RR, Josh finished the weekend in the fifth position and the year end standings as well. However, he captured his first of two ('06-'07) AMA Formula Xtreme Championships. He's currently leading the premier class AMA Superbike Series over Yoshimura Suzuki's Tommy Hayden, 364-353, with two rounds (New Jersey Motorsports Park/Barber Motorsports Park) and four races to go in the season.
A good little article over at to check out has Team Graves Yamaha's Josh Hayes talking with Evan Williams about the current level of competiton in the AMA Superbike Series, and also reflects on the series most recognized champions over the last ten years, Mat Mladin and Ben Spies. Josh talks about how he views the racing now compared to when Mad Mat and Elbowz were around, and how he still wishes he could have raced both of them on equal terms in the premier class.

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