Rider of 200mph, ‘The Kentucky kid’, Nicky Hayden passes away

We all feel energetic and get mesmerized by watching our favorite sport bike riders vrooming up the track in the motor sport-concert. But what if the same person, all of a sudden, gets vanished and won’t be seen ever? The racing journey that started at the home-made track, and later stepping at the mini-bike racing, and AMA, and so on, came to an end when the passionate motorcycle racer, Nicky Hayden, met with an accident in Italy while cycling. The injuries caused by the collision with a car, which impacted the brain and back, took away the speeding star far away from the world. The fans are still in shock after hearing the sad news of Hayden.
Nicky took birth in a family where motorcycle racing was a culture. He was born in July 1981 in Owensboro, Kentucky, USA. Right from the age of three, the rider showed his footprints and passion towards racing. After growing up, Nicky hardly took time to grab those winning titles.
Below is the history of achievement grabbed by the speeding star—Nicky Hayden.


AMA Formula Extreme
• Team: Erion Honda
• Motorcycle: Honda CBR900RR
• First Formula Extreme Win: April 17, 1998—Willow Springs International Raceway
• Formula Extreme Wins: 7
• Highest Championship Position: Second (1999)
AMA 750 Superstock
• Team: HyperCycle Suzuki
• Motorcycle: Suzuki GSX-R750
• First 750 Supersport Win: April 19, 1998—Mazda Raceway Laguna Seca
• Total 750 Supersport Wins: 5
Highest Championship Position: Fourth (1998)
AMA 600 Supersport
• Teams: American Honda, Erion Honda, HyperCycle Suzuki
• Motorcycles: Honda CBR600F3, Honda CBR600F4, Suzuki GSX-R600
• First 600 Supersport Win: April 26, 1998—Willow Springs International Raceway
• Total 600 Supersport Wins: 6
• Highest Championship Position: First (1999)

AMA Superbike
• Teams: American Honda, HRC
• Motorcycle: Honda RC51 and Honda RC45
• First Superbike Race: April 18, 1999—Willow Springs International Raceway – Twelfth Place
• First Superbike Win: June 11, 2000—Road America
• First Superbike Podium: September 19, 1999—Pikes Peak International Raceway—Third Place
• Superbike Wins: 17
• Superbike Podiums: 30
Highest Championship Position: First (2002)
Superbike World Championship
• Teams: American Honda, Honda World Superbike Team
• Motorcycles: Honda RC51, Honda CBR1000RR
• First Superbike Race: July 14, 2002—Mazda Raceway Laguna Seca—Fourth Place
• First Superbike Podium: April 16, 2016—Assen—Third Place
• First Superbike Win: May 15, 2016—Sepang
• Superbike Wins: 1
• Superbike Podiums: 4
Highest Championship Position: 5th (2016)
How unfortunate the life is; the person who spent his entire life passionately on the dangerous race tracks of the two-wheel racing was dead with the hit of the car on the simple road.
Rest in Peace Nicky Hayden!!!

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