Crash.Net User: Cavicca

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June 06, 2009 5:20 AM

WSBK » Hacking to continue with Kawasaki

good on Hacking. Ive never seen a race where he just laid up and thats what people and im sure team managers want... to see max effort. Haga of every year but this one, was the type to battle anyone anywhere on the track over 20 or 2 points. Hacking is the same way but when Haga does it hes cheered (even when he takes people out) When Hacking rides aggressive, people seem to frown and whine. come on... do you want to watch racing or a parade. At least i know he'll be there giving it everything he, the bike, and the tires have. Bon Chance Hacker


June 03, 2009 4:12 AM

WSBK » Spies eager to chase Haga down

if his press confrence personality is all there is to gripe about, then Ben will be just fine. Whats wrong with taking responsibility and being respectful? If you want more drama than racing, follow F1 or nascar in the states. I think the only thing that will please people here is if he stops winning. And why? Because hes new, American, just passing through WSBK, or beating someones childhood hero? He doesnt need to call people out or go attention mongering. I think hes doing it right.


May 28, 2009 5:44 AM

WSBK » Hopkins unfit for action, Zemke returns.

Confidence counts big. Look at M-Fab lately. Zemkes last Stiggy outing must have crushed his conficence in regards to the WSBK measuring stick. So i hope being "at home" will let him show his stuff. Of course the measure will be Haslam and Hacking. If he can get the honda to hustle near well as haslam and better than Hackings ZX then it could be alright. Really i want to see Hacking ride the @!#$@# out of the ZX.

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