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Founded by Team Principal Stuart Hicken in 1996. Since its inception Hawk Racing has grown from a one-rider 600 Supersport team to become Kawasaki’s official entry in the world-renowned British Superbike Championship.

2005 Next year Scott Smart will be replace by Dean Thomas on the Hawk Team

2004 Hawk switch from ZX7's to Kawasaki's new ZX-10 machines for the 2004 British Superbikes Championship. Lineup for 2004 is Scott Smart and Glen Richards with Smart taking a couple of wins during the year finishing the season 4th overall just behind 3rd placed Yukio Kagayama in a season won by John Reynolds (both on Suzukis).

2003 - Despite running machines 250cc down on the rest of the field, Hawk Kawasaki riders took six front row qualifying positions, four podium places and, in the case of Glen Richards, a brilliant fourth place in the final championship standings on ex-factory Kawasaki ZX-7RRs. Other teammates in 2003 included Lee Jackson and Scott Smart.

2002 - Previous superbike privateer championship winning team - backed by Kawasaki UK and ran experienced Australian Glen Richards and Mark Burr on ZX7R Kawasaki's in the superbike class.

2001 - Hawk Kawasaki contested the privateers section of the Superbike series, painted by Dream Machine and ridden by Mark Burr and Gordon Blackley.


See Also: K Index | Kawasaki Race Teams


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